A Song of Fire celebrates House Targaryen, which makes sense since it's the dragon lady one. This one is primarily Caol Ila.
The colour is a light-to-medium amber. Like A Song of Ice, the nose seems too closed, but there is a light peating with some herbal notes and mild spices (cinnamon, clove) But none of these notes really stand up out front. Slightly richer with caramel.
On the palate there's a bit more smoke, while some citrus shows up (both lemon and lime). Thin mouthfeel. A drop of water give it some depth with more caramel. So far, better than the Ice one thanks to peat and spice, but still so very young.
The medium length finish continues the subtle peating, mild spices and even milder herbs. It's the youth that really harms this - otherwise, this could have been a nice subtle peaty blend (think a milder Black Bottle).