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White Walker by Johnnie Walker

(70cl, 41.7%)

White Walker by Johnnie Walker
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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

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

Surprisingly good

Very Bourbon in smell and taste, quite bizarre really. I don't know what the bad reviews are all about. Probably from folk that only buy wine with a cork. Any half decent, worth a bash, something a bit different.

2nd May 2020


White walker is a must have drink is you want a smooth finish in palate to last long and plus i guess only whiskey i tasted after jaggermiester to drink up chilled ... But in opinion one should try it on normal room temperature as it will give you more subtle taste of the richness is carrying... Cheers

23rd January 2020

Not worth it

Very metallic not good

18th January 2020

not bad, but not a collecter item

it is not a limited edition, de bottles a not numbered and there are million them , it is just a selling item

29th December 2019

Tasty and very moreish

Love the taste of this whiskey!

22nd September 2019

Way better than the Gold Label!

Really smooth! Like they tell you, chill it. Then pour. Amazing!

30th August 2019

Smooth finish

Good whiskey compare to the JW series this is one of the smoothest edition so far

25th August 2019


I wish this was not a limited edition. Johnnie Walkers at its best!

7th August 2019

Good for stay-at-home aftershave

Here's what I got:

Nose: Hints of vanilla extract and red cedar, and aspen. Durian and isopropyl.

Palate: More durian again, coriander, and dead maple leaves. Hints of chipotle and lychee.

Finish: Black pepper and tamarind.

29th July 2019


Tastes like Cillit bang

29th June 2019

Very good!

I wish this was not a limited edition. Johnnie Walkers are the only blended scotches I drink. I like all of them (some better than others), and I think this is a nice addition to the line up. I like White Walker better than some highly rated single malts.

20th June 2019

Really bad taste in a cool bottle. You should only buy it if you're a die hard GoT fan.

I bought this primarily because it's a GoT limited and the bottle looks cool. But also because it's a Johnny Walker and it shoould be good. Right? No!

It tasted like something much, much cheaper. I tried it at room temperature first. I then froze it and the taste got even worse.

I paid somewhere around $50, but it's not even worth half. Johnnie Walker should know better.
It's still a cool bottle and now i have something to mix with coke.

13th June 2019

Should taste better for price but not a 1 star.

I really dislike cheap blended whisky and this is as harsh as mouth wash! I’ll be honest, I absolutely love it! But as cheap as possible and then you won’t be disappointed. Best served with ice cube for my pallet. 4 stars if you payed £25 and drop a star for £30 as there’s better out there. Would I buy another bottle? Yes!

13th June 2019


Really good blend and taste amazing, only real whisky drinkers would know 👌🏾

10th June 2019


Fabulous whisky, ignore bad reviews!

4th June 2019

Buy only for the novelty of it

This Scotch is made to be used in mixed drinks. Its absolutely horrible at room temp and only slightly better out of the ice box.

3rd June 2019

Don’t bother

Really poor have to say... bottle is best thing

29th May 2019


I agree, awful taste when served in room temperature I haven’t tried the frozen taste yet but who freeze whiskey for crying out loud.

23rd May 2019


What can I say, bloody awful, better out of the freezer as it disguises the awful metallic taste, would rather fight the last dragon than drink this again.

18th May 2019

Not recommend at all

Worst ever JW whiskey, the taste is really bad. Even I tried it at Sub zero temperatue. Don't waste your money on this.

9th May 2019

Very smooth fruit notes I preferred it at room temperature nice change

Something different fun nothing to serious just a good wee pour

8th May 2019

An okay drop... worth the money

I found not unlike the Gold addition. A fairly ok whiskey, but having it in the freezer makes it just that bit more fun.

1st May 2019

Freaking amazing.

I put the green label down to try this, best decision ever!!!

I was confused and sceptical at first because it smelt a little like Jim Beam but pleasantly surprised that it still had the smooth scotch taste!

It goes down waaay too well, especially for 41%!

This would be the only Winter I'd like to stay!!!

10th April 2019

You will like it

Very nice, smooth taste, delightful texture if you are a newcomer to a world of whiskey you will definitely like it!

6th April 2019

Super smooth

A bit expensive but worth your money

6th March 2019

Bloody awful.

The clues were all there. When the bottle asks you to freeze it before drinking that should say it all. It was terrible at room temperature and on lay a little bit less terrible when frozen. It’s a novelty item for sure and better for those that put cola with their whisky. It’s totally unacceptable as a sipping whisky. Its not for whisky drinkers but is an intro to whisky for people who like game of thrones. May be a commercial success but way overpriced and worth avoiding for whisky fans.

25th February 2019

Where's Jon Snow when you need him?

Not content with killing thousands and desecrating their bodies, spearing an extremely endangered species to death and smashing a hole in a millennia-old structure that must be Grade-1 listed, the Night King has saved his biggest atrocity for the world of whisky.

I must agree with one of the other reviews - heavy artificial vanilla and what is that metallic taste about? Valerian steel, perhaps.

This isn't actively unpleasant but its certainly bordering on it. I suppose it could be mixed without offending anybody and, with enough ice, its drinkable but I would take nearly all of the entry-level, no-age-statement basic blends over this.

24th January 2019

Predictable Misery

Basic grain-heavy blend. Artificial vanilla and a strange metallic note throughout both on the nose and the palate. I tried this at room temperature and from the freezer, as recommended by JW. And guess what; they were right! It is better from the freezer........because you can't taste half of it.

This seriously is basic blend territory. Getting people to pay £40 for it is borderline genius.

23rd January 2019

What a Pleasant Surprise!

Surprisingly good! Different, just different, and truly enjoyable.

13th January 2019

Different - enjoyable, and with a pleasant taste

A very different whisky to the others in the range, It's the first time I have had a whisky without ice as it is stored in the freezer before opening. The immediate impression is that it seems to be more silky than most whiskies and the ice coldness is easily adjusted to.
Very different and to me very likeable at an affordable price.

3rd January 2019

Worth a try

After a few drinks it reveals some unique characters. Better than most single malt around 30 euros, like Glenfiddich 12yo or Singleton 12yo. But at the same price level as the Green Label, it is not as good. Anyway, it's worth a try, but you may not want a second bottle.

18th December 2018

Smooth but light

First off, I think this is a nice innovation from Johnnie Walker and the packaging is stunning, the temperature sensitive panels (revealed when the bottle is cold) work well too. When it comes to the liquid, it is very sift and smooth and easy to drink with a lovely viscosity when served from the freezer. Sadly for me it lacked intensity and complexity and seems more suited to newcomers to Scotch (given the GoT tie-in this makes perfect sense) but for me it was a bit like Haig Club. Fans of the Platinum JW will probably like this. I'll stick to the Green Label.

13th November 2018

Worst whisky

For almost 40€, we can get Glengoyne 12y, bemriach curiosités 10y or kilkerran 12y. Cold, this tastes like water and at room temp, this is cheap grain blend... If you appreciate whisky, this is not for you.

13th November 2018

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