World's best selling Scotch whisky: Johnnie Walker

03 September, 2013

Diageo's Johnnie Walker was the world's best selling scotch whisky in 2012, with 18.9 million 9-litre case sales, a 5% increase on 2011.

According to Drinks International's Millionaires'Club, the top ten scotch whiskies in 2012 are completed by Ballantine's, Chivas Regal, J&B Rare, Grant's, Famous Grouse, Dewar's, William Lawson's, Label 5 and William Peel.





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