One of the last innovations of Johnnie Walker’s grandson Sir Alexander Walker, Johnnie Walker Swing was first released in 1932 for the fledging travel retail market. The whisky is named after the motion that its distinctive bottle makes once pushed, perhaps designed as to allow for the bumps, swings and swerves of international travel. The whisky itself is a floral and fruity dram, with slight oak and a little smoke on the finish. An interesting whisky with a long history of proven quality.
Has an excellent presentation on the bottle.