Named after the way the bottle rocks back and forth when given a nudge, Johnnie Walker Swing was made to be kept on a ship. The rocking motion moves with the sea so the bottle doesn't fall over(board). Despite most of us not spending huge amounts of time on boats, although there are a lucky number of people that do, this bottle still looks fantastic in a non-mobile vessel, like a house. The blended whisky, too, tastes great whether you're out on the ocean or on dry land. Sweet wild honey smeared on dark toast. Light sherry notes (think dark red fruit) make an appearance before a transition to spiced vanilla and butterscotch.