After its last “Game of Thrones”-themed whiskies debuted in 2018, Johnnie Walker is at it again with two new GoT-themed labels: A Song of Ice and A Song of Fire. The blended Scotch whiskies are named for the George R. R. Martin book series, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” whose first volume was “A Game of Thrones,” Food & Wine reports.
An announcement from Johnnie Walker describes what each whisky represents: “From House Stark comes A Song of Ice, from House Targaryen A Song of Fire. Together, the two whiskies celebrate the dynamic relationship between the houses, represented by their house sigils – the Direwolf and the Dragon – which fiercely adorn each bottle.”
“Ice” features “crisp, clean” flavor via single malts from Clynelish, one of Scotland’s northernmost distilleries; while “Fire” features rich and spicy heat and subtle smoke flavor from peated malts from the Caol Ila distillery, the website describes.
Johnnie Walker’s “A Song of Ice” and “A Song of Fire” are available for a limited time in 750-milliliter bottles nationwide.