BUY JOHNNIE WALKER BLUE LABEL LOS ANGELES BLENDED SCOTCH IN BULK AT WHOLESALE PRICES
This Johnnie Walker Blue Label Limited Edition configuration has been made to catch the quintessence, the novel person of Los Angeles. High quality in little bunches, involving only 1 out of 10,000 barrels from our unmatched stores of developing whisky. Johnnie Walker Blue Label is a rich and smooth scotch with moving influxes of flavor and outstanding profundity of character. Its wonderful wealth comes from painstakingly chosen whiskies from long-shut ‘phantom’ refineries. Like Cambus, Brora and Port Ellen, impeccably offset with dynamic whiskies obtained from the four corners of Scotland to make a scotch with flooding rushes of organic product, flavor and a warm, waiting smokiness.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label is incomparably rich and smoky, with velvety smooth breaking waves of powerful flavor.
Created from hand-selected casks of some of the rarest and most exceptional whiskies, there is no sensory experience quite like Johnnie Walker Blue Label. Hazelnuts, honey, sherry and oranges tumble in first, before releasing hidden secrets like ginger, kumquats, sandalwood and dark chocolate. A rich honey sweetness emerges, accompanied by hints of pepper and dried fruits. This is followed by an impossibly long, lingering, smooth finish of perfectly balanced, soft smoke.
IMPORTANT DETAILS ON JOHNNIE WALKER BLUE LABEL LOS ANGELES SCOTCH WHISKY FOR SALE
No Net Carbs
- Johnnie Walker Blue Label Los Angeles Edition Whisky is carb-free so it won’t consume your net carb allowance for the day.
- It is important to limit your net carb consumption to 20g – 30g per day to stay in ketosis.
- You can calculate your ideal daily net carb allowance by using this keto macros calculator.
- Johnnie Walker Blue Label Los Angeles Edition Whisky is alcoholic so it should be consumed in moderation even if it is low in carbs.
- It is recommended to limit your alcohol intake to 1 – 2 drinks per day. Excessive drinking may slow down fat burning and cause weight gain.
- Individuals with fatty liver disease should avoid alcohol as it has negative effects on liver health.