Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old (Green Label): Price History, Value, Data for Whisky Investment

The Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old is a well-known blended scotch whisky, first established by John Walker, a Scottish grocer. (The brand is now owned by the multinational company Diageo.) Our research shows that it has been listed over 500 times on different whisky auction sites. With that, Johnnie Walker 15 is considered a fairly frequently listed and very popular bottle of the secondary market. On this page, we collect all the hard-data and information that we currently have about it!

  • Average latest price of a Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old (Green Label) bottle: £47.50 (as of 2024-04-29)
  • Annualized return: -4.22% (since 2015-04-01)
  • Liquidity score: 100.00% (based on historical data there’s an ~100.00% chance that you’ll be able to sell this bottle on the secondary market at its actual market value)

Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old (Green Label): Price History

Avg. latest price Annualized return All-Time High
£47.50-4.22%£70.00
Transactions (total) Transactions (last 6 months): Liquidity score
55118100.00%

Important qualitative insights about the Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old (Green Label) whisky

Is it still produced? No. (It was a special/limited edition.) (Note: this is a new datapoint in our dataset, not yet reviewed — thus sometimes it might be wrong.)
Taste: This data is not yet collected in our database. (Coming soon…)

Is Johnnie Walker 15 (Green Label) a good investment?

When we evaluate Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old (Green Label) as an investment, we look at two things mainly: its past performance (annualized return) and how easy was it to sell historically (liquidity score).

Based on these factors, we consider it as an average investment historically because:

  • it had a below-average annualized return: -4.22%
  • it was easy to sell it on the secondary market: ~100.00% of the cases there was a buyer for the requested price

Is it worth to invest in a bottle of Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old (Green Label) right now?

We don’t know. One can never tell where the prices will be in one month, one year or 10 years… But we know how much it is worth right now:

  • its latest average price was £47.50
  • which is -32.14% compared to its all time high price (which was £70.00)
  • and +107.72% compared to its all time low (which was £22.87)

Disclaimer: Please note that past performance is never guarantee of future results! The information on this page is here to help you but it is not investment advice nor personal financial advice. Investing in any asset class is risky, you do that at your own risk!

Other editions of this whisky

Here are a few other editions of Johnnie Walker 15 (Green Label) that we have found on the secondary market:

    We have not yet found any special editions of this whisky, but that does not necessarily mean they do not exist. We may update this section in the future, so please check back later. Please note that we do not list special editions with fewer than 100 transactions in the last 7 years on our website due to insufficient data.

Should you invest in Johnnie Walker 15 Years Old (Green Label) right now?

Before you invest in this bottle, you might want to check out what are the best performing and the most expensive whiskies on the secondary market right now. We have created these top lists for you:

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For more info, visit Johnnie Walker brand’s website: Johnnie Walker.

2024-04-29T11:46:54