The latest in my Whiskey 101 series, now live over at ManArchy Magazine:
In this corner: From Moray, Scotland. Weighing in at 750ml, in the light green bottle, with black lettering over a tan label. It’s the 12 year old single malt you’ve probably never heard of, here to defend its title as the best-selling whiskey in the world: The Glenlivet.
And the challenger: From Kilmarnok, Scotland. Also weighing in at 750ml, in the notorious clear bottle, with gold lettering over that distinguished diagonal Black Label for which it is named, this 12 year old blended whiskey is arguably the most well-known whiskey in the world: Johnnie Walker.
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