Johnnie Walker Old Highland Whisky Circa 1907-1909 / White Label
Although not its official title at the time, this bottle of Old Highland Whisky was to become the Johnnie Walker White Label in 1909 after a re-branding exercise that saw all of their expressions renamed after their label colours and begin to feature the famous striding man, yet to appear here.
While the re-branded White Label was a 6 year old blend, the original Old Highland Whisky was a 5 year old.
The label on the bottle touts Johnnie Walker's Christchurch Exhibition award in 1907, meaning this example must have been bottled somewhere during the 2 year period between then and 1909, making this a wonderfully old bottle. It is not often that we can include the first world war when referring to pre-war whiskies!
There are no volume of ABV measurements on this bottle.