Game of Thrones Whiskies
We’ve had things that divide the nation from one extreme to the other like the EU referendum or whether pineapple belongs on pizza but nothing has been truly and mutually accepted by all like the collaboration of Whisky and Game of Thrones.
So, who are the masterminds behind it? HBO the television network and Diageo the alcoholic beverages company have released this range of whiskies based on the much-loved series and the fan base has gone absolutely wild. After selling out of pre-sale on a lot of online retailer sites, the want and demand for these bottles has exceeded all expectations (which were pretty high to start with – of course they were, it’s Game of Thrones?!).
Each bottle is named after a House of Westeros from GoT along with the super-unique black bottle named after 'The Night's Watch'. We know how difficult it would be to choose not only your favourite whisky, but also your favourite House so don’t worry, here at the Secret Bottle Shop you can purchase the full set and be the proud owner of:
Game of Thrones House Tully – Singleton of Glendullan Select
Game of Thrones House Stark – Dalwhinnie Winter’s Frost
Game of Thrones House Targaryen – Cardhu Gold Reserve
Game of Thrones House Lannister – Lagavulin 9 Year Old
Game of Thrones House Greyjoy – Talisker Select Reserve
Game of Thrones House Baratheon – Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old
Game of Thrones House Tyrell – Clynelish Reserve
Game of Thrones The Night’s Watch – Oban Bay Reserve
It’s no coincidence that the release of these whiskies has hit right in the middle of the run-up and excitement for the beginning of Season 8 that is set to air this April. What could possibly be better than sipping on a delicious dram supporting your favourite House whilst watching them on TV at the same time?
With flavours and features such as spice, smoke, caramel and hints of sweetness these are definitely not whiskies to be missed and, no pressure, but you’re in a race to get your favourite with the other Game of Thrones fans of the world.
Get yours here