Johnnie Walker Game Of Thrones – A Song of Ice and A Song of Fire
Johnnie Walker Blue Label is the rarest whisky from this world famous brand – only one in ten thousand casks makes the grade. Rich and slightly smoky, it’s made up of some very old malt and grain Scotch whiskies. Probably the most famous super-premium blend. Blue Label’s bold, multi-layered palate and silky delivery ensure that it sits unchallenged at the top of the Johnnie Walker pile.
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Johnnie Walker Game Of Thrones bundle of two new limited-edition whiskies in celebration of the epic final season of Game of Thrones.
The perfect gift for Game of Thrones collectors and whisky fans alike, here are the final additions to our whisky collection of the iconic show: A Song of Ice and A Song of Fire.
About Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice
Ice is embodied by House Stark, giving the North strength like no other kingdom. The Stark sigil, a Direwolf, bares its fangs and warns that Winter Is Coming. Like an icy northern wind, it howls its verse of A Song Of Ice.
Johnnie Walker Game Of Thrones Song of Ice is a blended Scotch whisky inspired by these wild dwellers of the North.
Much like Winterfell’s positioning in Westeros, Song of Ice is crafted using whiskies from Clynelish, one of Scotland’s most northern and iconic distilleries, lending a fresher crisp to the Scotch. The whisky’s delicate flavour is green and grassy, with notes of vanilla and tropical fruit akin to the fruit from the orchards of Dorne.
This blended Scotch whisky is best enjoyed over ice for a cold, smooth finish.
About Johnnie Walker A Song of Fire
By contrast, Johnnie Walker A Song of Fire is a rich and spicy whisky inspired by the fire-blooded Targaryen dragons who roar their verse of A Song Of Fire.
Johnnie Walker Game Of Thrones Song of Fire boasts flavours of subtle smoke from the peated malts of the Caol Ila distillery. Synonymous with the House in which it hails from Song of Fire’s full-bodied flavour delivers subtle red fruit, a cloud of sweet smoke and a hint of spice like those laden in the markets of Meereen.
This blended Scotch whisky is best enjoyed neat for a warm, smooth finish.
With Song of Ice, the sweeping blues and greys of the bottle design evoke the freezing North of the show – famed for its harsh winters and artic frozen landscapes. This is in Stark contrast to A Song of Fire, whose design evokes a fiery setting with the deep-red colours inspired by the dragons of House Targaryen, feared for their fire breathing.
As a pair, the bottles convey the dynamic relationship between House Targaryen and House Stark by displaying their house symbols – the Direwolf and the Dragon – side-by-side.