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Mortlach 15 Year Old Game of Thrones Six Kingdoms (46% abv)

Available Saturday December 14 

The ninth release in Diageo’s Game of Thrones Collection, Six Kingdoms is a 15-year-old Mortlach single malt, matured in a combination of first-fill oloroso sherry and ex-bourbon casks.

Game Of Thrones Johnnie Walker “Song Of Fire” Scotch Whisky (40.8% abv)

Game Of Thrones Limited Release Scotch Whisky, Johnnie Walker A Song of Fire is rich and spicy, boasting flavors of subtle smoke from the peated malts of the Caol Ila distillery with an ABV of 40.8%. Inspired by the dragons of House Targaryen, feared for their fire breathing, the bottle design evokes a fiery setting with deep-red colors.

Game Of Thrones Johnnie Walker “Song Of Ice” Scotch Whisky (40.2% abv)

Game Of Thrones Limited Release Scotch Whisky- Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice features single malts from Clynelish, one of Scotland’s most northern distilleries, and exudes a crisp, clean taste like the unforgiving force of ice that shapes mountains and stops rivers. The new blend has an ABV of 40.2% and the bottle design evokes an icy setting with frosted blue and gray colors inspired by the North, known for its cold winters and frozen landscapes.

Game of Thrones “Night’s Watch” Oban Bay Reserve Single Malt (43% abv)

The brothers of the Night’s Watch take an oath and pledge their lives to protect the Seven Kingdoms and guard them from the terrors that lie beyond the ancient barrier of ice, The Wall, from their base at Castle Black. There lies a frozen wasteland which, legend has it, is inhabited by giants, wildlings and the Night King and his army of White Walkers who bring with them the long night. Just like Castle Black, Oban Distillery sits at the foot of a steep cliff that overlooks the bay, the frontier between the West Highlands and the Islands of Scotland. The richness of the whisky is balanced with a woody, spicy dryness that would keep even the Night’s Watch warm in winter.

Game Of Thrones “House Tyrell” Clynelish Reserve (51.2% abv)

House Tyrell of Highgarden, rulers of the Reach, are used to lush green scenery, echoed in the green pastures and rolling hills surrounding Clynelish Distillery. A House known best for their wealth and their emblem – the golden rose – the Tyrells are a proud and noble family, and like the golden rose are hiding thorns beneath their petals. Clynelish Reserve has a sweet and fruity flavor, with a spicy undercurrent, just enough to prove it still has bite. Made with water said to come from Clynemilton burn where the water runs over veins of gold in the rock, this single malt is light and floral like Highgarden, but should not be underestimated as it still holds a strong Highland character.

Game Of Thrones “House Lannister” Lagavulin 9 year old

Lagavulin 9 year old Game Of Thrones Edition is an Islay single malt, representing House Lannister.

As one of the richest and oldest dynasties in the Seven Kingdoms, House Lannister will stop at nothing to retain its power, influence and hold on the Iron Throne. Their voracious intent is befittingly represented by a clawing lion on the House’s banner. If you cross then you will indeed hear their thunderous and violent roar, which has left many houses in ruin. After all, a Lannister always pays his debts. The Lannister’s rise to the Iron Throne required years of meticulous calculation and tenacity, much like Lagavulin’s rise to legendary status, which has been over 200 years in the making. Lagavulin is a roaring single malt that leaves its intense smoky flavor on your palate with every sip. The golden liquid recalls the Lannisters’ riches, and is best served neat or with a single drop of water.

Game of Thrones “House Baratheon” Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old (40% abv)

Robert Baratheon claimed his seat upon the Iron Throne after a bitter rebellion against the Targaryen dynasty, and ruled over the Seven Kingdoms wearing a golden antlered crown to show his power and honouring his House emblem – the Stag. Royal Lochnagar also enjoys royal connection, having held a Royal Warrant, first awarded by Queen Victoria, since 1848. Unlike House Baratheon, whose rule is over and whose family lies in ruins, Royal Lochnagar has only grown in strength. Its reputation for incredible whiskies has grown and spread, and it has maintained praise from British monarchs. Well balanced, fruity and spicy, it truly is a taste of royalty.

Game of Thrones “House Greyjoy & Talisker” Select Reserve (45.8% abv)

Talisker Select Reserve Game Of Thrones Edition is a single malt from the Isle of Skye, representing House Greyjoy and featuring its kraken.

House Greyjoy rules the Iron Islands and worships the Drowned God. The Ironborn make their home on bleak and blustery islands off the west coast of Westeros whose unforgiving, desolate location shapes their lives. Unable to subsist solely on rocky land, these reavers take to the sea to make their fortune amidst salt and smoke. They acquire their riches not with gold, but by paying the Iron Price. Situated on the shores of the Isle of Skye, one of the most remote and rugged areas of Scotland, Talisker’s layered flavors and signature maritime character are the result of its wave-battered shores. The Western Isle of Skye is characterized by jagged peaks and windswept landscapes, which create this intense smoky single malt Scotch with spicy, powerful and sweet elements combined with maritime flavors.

 

Game of Thrones “House Stark” Dalwhinnie Winter’s Frost (43% abv)

Dalwhinnie Winter’s Frost is a single malt from the Highlands, representing House Stark and featuring a fearsome direwolf on the label.

In the vast cold expanse of the northern lands of Westeros, the lords of House Starkruled as King in the North for generations. Stoic, noble and pragmatic, House Stark swore allegiance to the Targaryen crown and kept faith for nearly 300 years and to House Baratheon when the Targaryens fell. However, overly noble stoics can be vulnerable and the Stark words heard often in the halls of Winterfell ring true. Winter is coming. The Stark’s resiliency, strength and ability to thrive under the most intense situations are greatly shaped by Winterfell’s frigid temperatures. Like House Stark, Dalwhinnie is made in one of the highest and coldest distilleries in Scotland, and its extreme conditions are responsible for shaping its signature honeyed sweetness and spicy warmth. Naturally, it’s best served chilled or over ice.

Johnnie Walker White Walker “Games of Thrones”

Created by whisky specialist George Harper, alongside the small team of expert blenders at Johnnie Walker, this innovative whisky is best served directly from the freezer, echoing the chilling presence of the White Walkers.

The Scotch has notes of caramelised sugar and vanilla, fresh red berries with a touch of orchard fruit and features Single Malts from Cardhu and Clynelish – one of Scotland’s most Northern distilleries. Blender George Harper used the Frozen North as his starting point for creating White Walker by Johnnie Walker. He said: “Whiskies from Clynelish have endured long, Scottish Winters, not dissimilar to the long periods endured by the Night’s Watch who have ventured north of the wall – so it was the perfect place to start when creating this unique whisky.”

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