The John Walker & Sons Odyssey is a rare triple malt that was inspired by epic journeys, namely the personal journey of Alexander Walker and his vision of taking his family's whiskies to the four corners of the world. A dream now realised, the Odyssey also pays a modern tribute to the original decanter designed by Alexander that was able to move and 'swing' to movement of the sea. When gently pushed, the bottle is free to swing elegantly to and fro and as the rich case is turned, the bottle rotates fluidly through 360 degrees. When at rest, it always point at true North, paying homage to the steadfast direction shown by Sir Alexander Walker. Each taste of this rare triple malt unveils an astonishing blend of flavors that espouses complexity while delivery exceptional smoothness.Subtle hints of orange, honey and sea salt lead into a rounded mouthfeel with added notes of clove spice and caramel. The crystal decanter boxed as a rotating gyroscope is stunning and ready to proudly be displayed prominently in your den. Set your liquid course and join the Odyssey!John Walker & Sons Odyssey stands proudly amongst the rarest of Scotch whisky blends in the House of Walker portfolio, which includes The John Walker®, Johnnie Walker® XR 21 and King George V® Blended Scotch Whiskies. Developed by Master Blender Jim Beveridge using Sir Alexander Walker's hand-written notes, it is a unique blend that captures the spirit of luxury and continues the House of Walker's passion for whisky excellence through supreme craftsmanship, quality, heritage and innovation.
The lavish blend, which had previously only been available in select Asian and global markets, successfully balances hints of fresh citrus, smooth honey and creamy caramel flavors for a distinctive taste profile. It has been carefully blended and married in European oak casks to combine the flavors of the three rare malts and provide an expansive, multi-layered experience with exceptional smoothness. The blend is best enjoyed neat or with a dash of water, and always responsibly.