Johnnie Walker The White Walker Edition

Johnnie Walker The White Walker Edition

(0.75l, 41.7%)


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Remarkable booze that would revive the living dead.

When the white walkers stumbled about in Westeros, we knew Johnnie Walker had to do a special expression with a pun on it. And it's here, both winter and a limited edition of blended Scotch Whisky celebrating the unstoppable force of the pale ice zombies. HBO and JW owner Diageo teamed up and created something to soothe our waiting aches before the last season comes next year.

It's a cool blend of two single malt Scotches from Cardhu and Clynelish distilleries in northern Scotland, the real place by the Wall. It's meant to be served glacial cold and when you put the bottle in a freezer, the white and blue thermochromic ink will glow like the diabolical eyes of those fantastic ghouls.

And how do spectral man-eating monsters taste? Probably not great, but luckily, the White Walker blend tastes amazing with rich vanilla and red fruits flavors. It's smooth and unstoppable, like if the Night King played a sexy sax solo while his minions ate your face. So when Westeros is finally invaded by the zombies, you'll have a strong companion to keep your sword calm. How do you say "cheers" in Skroth? 
  • Category
  • Style
    Blended Scotch Whisky
  • Region
    Scotland
  • Country
    Scotland
  • Alcohol
    41.7%
  • Distillery
    Cardhu and Clynelish
  • Age
    NAS

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spicy
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caramel
cinnamon
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dried fruit
smoky
sweet
butterscotch
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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland and some other parts of the world distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and USA they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Amber.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sweet caramel on the nose with notes of soft spice and dried fruit.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Delightful blend of seasoned oak, vanilla and spice notes with a touch of cinnamon.

Finish
Warm, spicy and lingering. 

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Ratings & Reviews
Adam
Adam,
Love it, best served straight from the freezer, the flavor is sweet and evolved as it warms up. Great blend with a very unique bottle presentation.
 
Baylan
Baylan,
7.8
 
Bruno
Bruno,
Disappointing for a Walker. Clearly slapped a designer label on a JW Red to appeal to the broad, GoT audience. Bummed I spent so much on this one. Should’ve wait and splurged on a bottle of Talisker.
 
Norbert
Norbert,
Great bottle but I cannot say the same about the taste of this JW. I would say that it is better than Red Label but that's all the good stuff I can say about it.
 
Zack
Zack,
was not a fan the mixtures were not that great of a taste I did enjoy the bottle but definitely not a favorite at all
 
arthur
arthur,
I thought it was smooth and light much like the highland strain I all ready love.
 
Michael
Michael,
This is the first blended scotch I've had. I can't say that I enjoyed it much, but it may be that I have no point of reference. It wasn't awful.
 
Jon
Jon,
spice, sweet, smooth and little fire. I dig it
 
Matt
Matt,
Pretty spicy up front. Decent whiskey, but nothing special.
 
Bina
Bina,
smooth, great taste, does not loose flavor after sitting on ice.
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Nice and cold
 
Alex
Alex,
Definitely impressive, You can taste the white walker...it feels cold going down, if you can believe that. Definitely a wonderful tribute one of the best shows to air on modern television...
 
Randi
Randi,
Quiet nice I was expecting more from it
 
Aaron
Aaron,
Easy sipping with hints of vanilla and cinnamon. Better than Johnny Walker Black for sure!
 
Jasson
Jasson,
As a huge fan of the show, I had to buy this when I saw it. JW isn't my favorite, so I didn't expect it to blow me away - but it did. Freeze the bottle, and enjoy a unique expression that is nothing like their other labels. It is immensely tasty, very smooth, with a much sweeter body than the others. And the bottle is really cool!
 
Kevin
Kevin,
Acetone, young grains and some light honey and malt... meh
 
David
David,
Good
 
guest
guest,
Taste like Fireball. Cool bottle is the extent of positives I can say.
 
arthur
arthur,
I found it different from what I thought it would be it had a highland taste I loved it
 
Craig
Craig,
Good, not great. Still has a bit of a bite when served ice cold.
 
Jeffrey
Jeffrey,
Almost a liqueur when served cold. Abit harsh on the back yet enjoyable for a blended whisky
 
Brian
Brian,
Very drinkable, for a fun marketing bottle
 
Thomas
Thomas,
This is a solid offering from Johnnie Walker. As someone who typically drinks my whisky neat, I tried it that way and it had a bit of a bite, which isn't entirely a bad thing. Based on the label I threw it in the freezer. This smoothed it out substantially but when super cold it drank more like a grain scotch but as the glass warmed a bit the malts at the heart of the blend started coming through. Gimmicky, perhaps. My favorite, not by a long shot. Waste of money, definitely not. This is a bottle that any Johnnie lover should keep in the freezer to pull out as a conversation piece.
 
Carmine
Carmine,
I enjoyed it cold and as the bottle said it does present different flavors as it warms to room temp.
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Tolerable at room temp, undrinkable when cold; JW is now officially the Coors Light of the whiskey world with this bottle's packaging.
 
Bryant
Bryant,
Worst whisky I own. Straight up lighter fluid
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Sweetest, smoothest Johnnie Walker I've ever drammed. Does not drink like a scotch, and definitely don't need to add water or ice! I froze it to see what happens to the Special Edition label on the bottle, and it made the tasting extremely cool and smooth. Definitely smell caramel and the taste was liquid honey. Maybe a little too sweet for some, but no lingering taste to speak of. Great scotch starter for an introduction to scotch, but may taste water down for the seasoned scotch drammer.
 
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