Johnnie Walker Delivery Near You
So, you love Johnnie Walker, but you’re not so keen on the whole walking-to-the-store-to-get-it thing? Good thing you clicked on this post.
Keep your butt on the couch, because Saucey can get Johnnie Walker delivered to your home, with no delivery fee and no order minimum. Get your snifters and whiskey stones out while our delivery team picks up your bottle of Johnnie Walker, regardless of the label – from the tried and true Red Label, to the aged and mature Black Label, and all the way to the ultra-luxurious Blue Label.
And don’t worry about taking business away from your favorite local spot. Saucey partners with mom-and-pop liquor stores in Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Fresno, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Orange County, Orlando, San Francisco East Bay, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Silicon Valley, South Bay Los Angeles, Tampa and the Washington DC area.
So, enter your address to find what’s available near you, pick what you want, then let Saucey take care of the hardest part: actually going to the store.
How to get Johnnie Walker delivered
Getting Johnnie Walker delivered directly to your doorstep is easy with Saucey. Just follow these steps:
- Login to your Saucey account. If you haven’t created one, it only takes a few seconds; download the Saucey app for iOS or for Android and do your thing. You can also sign up at saucey.com.
- Select the items you want for home delivery and add them to your cart.
Check out and take $5 off your first Johnnie Walker home delivery with code FIRST5 at checkout.
- Now you have time to consider the important questions: how much wood does a woodchuck want to chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
- Our delivery person is here with your Johnnie Walker. Have a tipple as you continue to ponder life’s greatest mysteries.
Which Johnnie Walker is best?
With Johnnie Walker, you’ve got to make a choice: which label are you going to bring home? Depending on the flavors you’re after, or how you plan on drinking your whiskey, a particular color of Johnnie Walker might be best. Luckily we’ve got a breakdown below.
Johnnie Walker Red Label
Johnnie Walker Red Label is officially the bestselling blended Scotch whiskey around the world, no joke. Johnnie Walker goes to the four corners of Scotland, taking the best local Scotch whiskeys and mixing them together for Red Label. It is well-loved for it’s spicy and smoky flavor, with just a touch of vanilla. If you’re looking for a cocktail Scotch, Red Label is what you want: it’s great in an old fashioned or a whiskey sour.
Johnnie Walker Black Label
Johnnie Walker Black Label is a blend of Scotch whiskeys that is aged for 12 years. The aging gives it a more mature and full-bodied flavor than Red Label, but it still remains versatile enough to be used in cocktails, like a hot toddy, or sipped on it’s own. The vanilla and smoke characteristic of Red Label remains, but sugars in the malt base of Black Label also take on a toffee flavor after being aged this long. Combined with an oaken earthiness from the casks, you’ve got yourself a real deep and complex Scotch whiskey. Black Label definitely loves to read his poetry at the open mic in that weird basement cafe downtown.
Johnnie Walker Double Black Label
Johnnie Walker Double Black Label is the newest blend on the market. In 2011, Master Blender Jim Beveridge decided to create a new blend that would showcase the strong, peaty flavors of Western Scottish whisky. Double Black Label is aged 12 years, just like the OG, but the blend contains a higher percentage of West Coast and Island Scottish whiskeys, whose provincial drams can best be described as “hardcore.” The powerful blend is then aged in charred oak casks – hence, “double black.” If Black Label is reading poetry at the open mic, Double Black Label is playing bass in a smooth jazz band. Double Black is best served neat or on the rocks.
Johnnie Walker Green Label
Johnnie Walker Green Label evokes springtime in the Highlands, rich with wood and botanical notes. Green Label is a blend of the finest Highland malt whiskeys, aged minimum of 15 years. This is not a Scotch for cocktails. You should savor Green Label neat, preferably outside on the heath, in your kilt, with bagpipes accompanying.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label
Johnnie Walker Blue Label: the creme de la creme of blended Scotch whiskey. Based on a recipe from 1867, Blue Label uses only the best of the best: prime Scottish malt whiskeys aged in oak casks specially selected for their high quality. Definitely do not try and mix this beautiful blend with some sour mix. Don’t even put an ice cube in your glass! Blue Label needs to be enjoyed (responsibly) on its own. Each bottle comes in a silk-lined box with a certificate of authenticity, so it’s not a bad gift either.