Game of Thrones Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection
Winter is Coming…
*available next week mid April*
GOT Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection
Yes indeed. Summer is but a distant memory as we draw days closer to the launch of the final season of Game of Thrones. Whether you’ll be looking to straddle a dragon, kiss your sister or head to exile up on the Wall in the North, while you wait desperately for the final season to arrive, we know but one thing for certain. You’re going to need a good bottle of scotch to get you there.
Look no further than these exclusive Single Malt whiskies bottled in celebration of the eighth season.
DIAGEO and HBO are releasing this limited-edition collection of single malt scotch inspired by the show. Each of these rare scotches is paired with one of the iconic Houses of Westeros, as well as the Night’s Watch, giving fans an authentic taste of the Seven Kingdoms and beyond.
These iconic whiskies serve as must-have collectibles for Game of Thrones and whisky adorers to toast to the final season.
Cardhu & Targaryen
Cardhu & Targaryen celebrates legendary women and their unwavering perseverance.
Fueled by the same fiery spirit of the fierce female leadership of Daenerys Targaryen, the Cardhu Distillery was pioneered by Helen Cumming and her daughter -in - law Elizabeth during the 1800s, a time when the whisky industry was almost entirely male -dominated.
Lagavulin & Lannister
Lagavulin & Lannister share the symbol of a lion which represents their unmatched power, richness & proud heritage.
Lagavulin is one of the most legendary single malt brands and has been crafted on the shores of Islay for more than 200 years – mirroring the meticulous calculation and tenacity employed by the Lannister’s in their rise to conquer the Iron Throne. This single malt whisky is a roaring single malt that recalls the Lannister’s riches and is best served neat or with a single drop of water.
Dalwhinnie & House Stark
Dalwhinnie & House Stark are both shaped by the extremely cold & remote climate they share.
House Stark’s resiliency, strength and ability to thrive under the most intense situations are greatly shaped by Winterfell’s frigid temperatures. Dalwhinnie, known for being one of the highest distilleries in all of Scotland is cold and remote much like the North where the House of Stark calls home, making the two an iconic pairing. Extreme conditions are responsible for shaping the signature Dalwhinnie Winter’s Frost honeyed sweetness and spicy warmth. Naturally, it’s best served chilled or over ice.
Oban & The Night’s Watch
Oban is famous for its Coliseum like structure that watches over the town, just as the Night’s Watch looks over the realm.
The Oban distillery sits beneath the steep cliff that overlooks the bay in the frontier between the west Highlands and the Islands of Scotland, separating land and sea, just as Castle Black, home of the Night’s Watch, sits between Westeros and the lands north of the Wall. The liquid’s richness is balanced with a woody, spicy dryness that the even these houseless guardians of the realm could enjoy even on the coldest of nights on watch.
Talisker & House Greyjoy
Talisker & House Greyjoy are both shaped by the sea which surrounds their homes.
House Greyjoy rules the Iron Islands and worships the Drowned God. Talisker was a natural pair for House Greyjoy as this single malt is distilled on the shores of the Isle of Skye, one of the most remote and rugged areas of Scotland. The layered flavours and signature maritime character of Talisker Select Reserve are the result of its battered and sea-scarred shores. This liquid is an intense smoky single malt scotch with spicy, powerful and sweet elements combined with salty maritime flavours.
Royal Lochnagar & House Baratheon
Royal Lochnagar & House Baratheon both have Royal blood in their lineage. Royal Lochnagar is the Whisky gifted by Royals to visiting dignitaries & proudly displays the Royal Warrant.
Royal lineage drives the iconic pairing between House Baratheon and Royal Lochnagar. Similar to Robert Baratheon ruling the Seven Kingdoms upon the Iron Throne, Royal Lochnagar was deemed a whisky worthy of a royal family as it was granted a Royal Warrant after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited the distillery in 1848. Balanced with delicate fruits and spices, this taste of royalty is best enjoyed neat.
• Light notes of oak and sweet liquorice that develops into a rich, creamy vanilla coffee and finishes with a mild nutmeg custard note.
Singleton Select Reserve & House Tully
Singleton Select Reserve & House Tully are both situated on important riverways and share the iconic fish swimming up stream as their house icon.
House Tully located at Riverrun, rules as the lord of the River lands. The power of water flows through both House Tully and The Singleton Glendullan Select as it is made on the banks of the River Fiddich in the wooded hills of Dufftown. Here they harnessed the water that flowed through the land utilising a water wheel to power the entire distillery.
Orange and clove open on the nose but on the palate there’s red berry.