Johnnie Walker has launched four 12-year-old blended Scotch whiskies in the Johnnie Walker Black Label Origin Series.

The products offer distinct flavour profiles that represent four areas in Scotland. Each Scotch is crafted using whiskies from a particular region to capture the primary flavour characteristics of that area.

The collection aims to capture the fruity flavours of Speyside, the rich characteristics of the Highlands, the sweet notes of the Lowland region and the smoky finish of Islay whiskies.

Three of the limited-edition whiskeys are blended from fine-single malts, while one combines single-malt and grain whiskies.

Johnnie Walker Black Label Speyside Origin is a fruity whisky with a hint of apple and orchard fruit. It is made from high-quality single malts from the Speyside region of Scotland and whisky from the distilleries of Cardhu and Glendullan.

Johnnie Walker Black Label Highlands Origin has red berry and dark fruit flavours. It is crafted from single malts from the Highlands and whisky from Clynelish and Teaninich.

Johnnie Walker Black Label Islay Origin is mildly spicy. It is made from Islay single malts, including Lagavulin and Caol Ila.

Johnnie Walker Black Label Lowlands Origin features a sweet, creamy vanilla character and a hint of toffee. It is made from a variety of single-malt and grain whiskies from the Lowlands, including Glenkinchie and Cameronbridge.

The series’ packaging features a whisky guide that includes facts and trivia about the region it represents. Every pack has a map of Scotland with the specific region highlighted.

The Johnnie Walker Black Label Origin Series is available globally from July in selected travel retail stores with a recommended retail price (RRP) of £35 for a 1l bottle.