First neat, then on ice, at home.
It pours bright golden, with some greenish shades and the oily streaks that are so common in any Johnnie Walker when hit directly by light. I must say the greenish tinges are only apt for the name of the scotch!
Aroma, though not very intense, is rather nice and varied: some heavy scents (cocoa, vanilla), some lighter ones (mowed lawn, conifer) and a subtle hint of fresh pineapple.
The sip begins strong and powerful, yielding some metallic flavors along the way (some people consider metallic to be always a fault, but that's not my case, as long as we're talking about a pleasant metallic taste). Long-lasting swallow, bitterer than most regular whiskies.
So far everything seems fine and dandy, but: watch out if you get carried away and drink one dram too many, for the next day reminds me more of a brandy than scotch. Hangover alert.