Appearance: Light amber or perhaps a pale yellow. The bottle is frosted and features a picture of a dragon.
Nose: Citrus and black pepper up front, a tad bit boozy in comparison to the ice. Also found a touch of peat lingering in the background.
Palate: Once more found the whisky to be lighter bodied than expected. However, bolder flavors of graham cracker and spice, with a touch of peat. Simple and straight forward, though I was hoping for a longer finish.
Final Thoughts: I liked the direction that they went with these two whiskys. Each fairly representative of the themes that the distillers were aiming for. I just wanted more from the Song of Fire. This one is definitely the more cocktail friendly between the two. I’d like to see it in a Rob Roy style of cocktail, perhaps with a fun bitters to accentuate the flavors.
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