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White Walker by Johnnie Walker

(70cl, 41.7%)

White Walker by Johnnie Walker

GoT White Walker Bottling Note

A limited edition whisky from Johnnie Walker, inspired by the absurdly popular television programme, Game of Thrones (in turn based off of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series). Created by whisky specialist George Harper and his team, this whisky features malts from Clynelish (aptly one of the most northern Scotch whisky distilleries) and Cardhu, among others. The bottle has a temperature-sensitive graphic that will spell out the words “Winter is here” when it's at the right temperature for serving.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Soft hints of orange Fruit Pastilles and dried apricot. Toffee, vanilla pod and ginger snaps.

Palate: More vanilla again, this time paired with cinnamon and almond. Hints of fresh cherry and cut oak heat.

Finish: Lingering peppery malt and festive spices.

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White Walker by Johnnie Walker Reviews

Delightful straight from the Freezer.

Wasn't sure what this would be like. Initially tasted and would have given a 3 out of 5 but read it has to be properly experienced straight from a freezer. So resided beside my frozen pees and carrots for a week before I decided to try this new experience. It has to go down for me as one of my to 5 ever. I could go on how the chilling allows a delay to the taste that catches your tastebuds, it also brings out so many subtle flavours not noticed when warm. Has also introduced my Son to whiskey, away from his usual flavoured ciders, a plesent surprise.. Sad it has been discontinued, will just have to keep looking..

4th March 2022

Solvent abuse

Awful. From the nose to the finish, this overbearing heap of paint stripper is an astringent attack on all of the senses. Cracked the bottle from the depths of the freezer as recommended, but what was unearthed was something entirely different from the trusted JW family. The bottle design is the best thing about the edition, but the stuff inside is that which rhymes with 'White'.

15th November 2021



5th July 2021

Best by far

My favourite out of all the Johnnie walkers.

11th January 2021

Below average, gimmicky release. For cocktail.

A disgrace to JW. Does not even taste like whisky. Too strong vanilla, no depth. Drank frozen as recommended, neat, with soda and lemon. A waste of money.

31st December 2020

Not worth the money

To my taste it's overly sweet, almost unbearable. No deepness, very sharp. The bottle is "pretty", but not elaborated at all, normal Johnny with a blue eye after being in the freezer. There are better whiskies with better bottles for less money.

4th November 2020

Good fun..great pressie

Was okay..but not any better than Johnnie Walker Red in my opinion...great fun bottle though :)

29th September 2020

Are we allowed to swear on this site?

If we are, it’s utter shite.

14th September 2020


I was attracted to the bottle and almost put it down when I realised it was a gimmick. It's not brilliant but it's not bad either ... very average and slightly overpriced.

11th August 2020

Not a bad whiskey in a lovely bottle

This is not a bad whisky, it is not in the slightest metallic as one reviewer suggested (maybe they drank it from a Thimble?) and its a nice tot, not too dissimilar from JW Black if you served it from the Fridge, the thermal reacted bottle for the White Walker is very cool and the taste is fairly smooth with a nice burn at the end that brings out a hint of cinemon ... there are better whiskys with more complexity for the money, my favourite being the slightly peaty Jura 10yr malt with a hint of sea salt at the end that is unlike anything I have tried before... however if I wanted a smooth whisky which this is overall then Paddy (its actually called paddy- triple distilled) is the best I have tried, even when compared with 50 or 60 pound bottles of dram (and ive tried a lot of whiskey 50 or 60... maybe more? different ones now)... I know its Irish whisky but with its smooth moorish butterscotch after taste, I always keep a bottle in my collection (right up there and quite cheap so recommended by me)...however back to JW game of thrones whisky, let's not forget that after the expensive jubilee bottle the brand is referred too as the queens whisky and I can't say I've tried a bad JW, White Walker is syrupy and sweet with strong flavour and it is a pleasant blend that I would be happy to drink quite often (if not camparing to other whiskys in the same price range) ... to me a bad whisky would be bells or famous grouse which I would have to mix as its just terrible, JW is very drinkable and I can see why people like it. A pleasant 3 stars overall

22nd July 2020

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