Has anyone put a bottle johnny walker gold in the freezer for 24 hours?!

Question: Has anyone put a bottle johnny walker gold in the freezer for 24 hours!?

does it taste better from the freezer or from a liquor cabinet etc

can someone please help me Www@FoodAQ@Com

JW suggests that you put a bit of JW Gold in the freezer overnight and let it warm while you drink it!. The idea is that the drink is so complex that it will reveal itself slowly as it warms in your mouth!. Chilling it brings out a lot of sweet flavors (fruits, sugars) and cuts down on the smoke!.

I'm a fan of JW Gold, and while it was an interesting experiment I prefer it neat at normal temperature!.

If you're a fan of whisky and tend to drink it neat or straight, then put a glass in the freezer as an experiment but leave the bottle in the cabinet!. If you're not a whisky drinker, freeze it!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

When I could still stomach liquor, I kept all my bottles in the freezer!. I always thought the had a smoother finish from the freezer, but to each his own!. Just don't put any cheap,diluted stuff in there, the high water content will freeze, and ruin the taste, even if you let it thaw!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Cold liquor numbs the tongue and makes it hard to appreciate the flavours!. It OK for vodka that has no flavour but with anything else you are cheating yourself!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

J W Walker Gold is fantastic frozen served with dark chocolate!!!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Sounds a little sacrilegious to me!. I like it at room temperature, with a drop of spring waterWww@FoodAQ@Com

Keep Crown in the freezer, it goes down smooth!!!!!!!!!Www@FoodAQ@Com

i like some cold and some warm!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

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