Johnnie Walker is one of thr most famous Scotch's whiskeys in the world. Originally known as Walker's Kilmarnock Whiskey, it is the brand founded by John Jonnie Walker (1805-1857), a Scottish whiskey vendor grocer; however, the two Alexander, Johnnie's son and nephew, will produce the first quality whiskey in Kilmarnock (Scottish Lowlands) in 1865 and start their father's business towards success. Among the brilliant ideas of the Johnnie Walker Distillery, there was the introduction of the square bottle, useful to make the most of the load surfaces for exports and to withstand the inevitable breaks during transport. Another peculiar feature was the label applied with a 24-degree oblique angle that immediately distinguished it. "Striding Man" was created in 1908 by Tom Browne and since then this icon has become a symbol universally recognized by any whiskey connoisseur. Johnnie Walker is today the world's best-selling scotch whiskey and continues to be distilled at Kilmarnock, as well as the warehouses and offices of the company's historic whiskey (now local authority) can be seen between the streets of Strand Street and John Finnie Street . A historic and large production of Scotch Blended of guaranteed quality, the result of ancient traditions and noble mixing art.