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Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice and A Song of Fire are two new Scotch whisky blends that honor the enduring legacy of Game of Thrones. A Song of Ice is inspired by the Direwolves as the sigil for the House of Stark, showcasing malt whisky from Clynelish distillery. This whisky blend has a crisp, clean taste with green and grassy flavors and notes of vanilla and tropical fruit. Bottled at 40.2% ABV this Scotch is best served over ice (of course). Johnnie Walker’s Song of Ice exudes a fresh, pure taste, like the relentless force of ice that forms mountains and stops rivers. Buy Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice Whisky
Tasting Notes: Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice
Vital Stats: 80.2 proof, 40.1% ABV, blended from single malts distilled at Clynelish in the northern reaches of Scotland.
Appearance: Burnt orange, earl grey tea. The bottle is frosted and features a picture of a dire wolf.
Nose: Fresh honeydew, vanilla bean, sherry, and orange zest. Buy Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice Whisky Bulk Export
Palate: Light bodied, a kiss of peat, and orchard fruit somewhere between peach and nectarine.
Final Thoughts: The best place to start is how refreshing this Scotch was. One could envision pouring an entire pint glass of it over ice and not bat an eye until it’s too late. The lightness and fruit certainly do lend themselves as to the name A Song of Ice.
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Diageo and HBO work together in celebrating the enormous success of Game of Thrones. As successors to The White Walker Blend released in 2018 two new Blends saw the light last year. A Song of Fire representing the House Targaryen and A Song of Ice representing House Stark. I will review the first one later this month. A Song of Ice comes in a nice bottle and shows a Dire Wolf, the House Stark’s house sigil, in an icy setting with frosted Blue and Grey Colours inspired by the North of Westeros. At its heart lies Clynelish, one of Scotland’s northern distilleries.