Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice features single malts from Clynelish and exudes a crisp, clean taste like the unforgiving force of ice that shapes mountains and stops rivers.
The aroma is lighter and a bit more fruity with notes of butterscotch. The flavor profile here is Jonnie Walker blend through and through with vanilla and honey notes over Clynelish’s highland florals, candle wax, and apple. The finish of Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice is medium length with a lingering sweetness.
Appearance: Burnt orange, earl grey tea. The bottle is frosted and features a picture of a dire wolf.
Light amber or perhaps a pale yellow. The bottle is frosted and features a picture of a dragon
Nose: Fresh honeydew, vanilla bean, sherry, and orange zest.
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 to the name A Song of Ice.