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Honour the great houses and the Night’s Watch as the world of Westeros collides with the world of whisky.

As a toast to the final season of the critically-acclaimed TV series, Game of Thrones, we have joined forces to release a limited-edition collection of Single Malt Scotch Whiskies.

These must-have collectibles are paired to a different house, and the Night’s Watch, giving fans a true taste of Westeros and beyond.

House Baratheon Royal Lochnagar

House Baratheon Royal Lochnagar

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Anticipated delivery early October.

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.

Serving Suggestion:
Balanced with delicate fruits and spices, this taste of royalty is best enjoyed neat.
Region A golden and delicious Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Appearance Pale amber.
Body Medium bodied, even reticent.
Nose Planed wood, light toffee, boat varnish. After a while, coffee with brown sugar.
Palate Pleasant; an initial sweetness is quickly overtaken by acidity.
Finish Dry; medium-length, with an attractive lingering sandalwood aftertaste.

Expert Reviews

Insights from some of the best in the business

Light toffee on the nose, along with some green notes of freshly-sawn timber. The palate offers a pleasing and quite complex blend of caramel, dry sherry and spice, followed by a hint of liquorice before the slightly scented finish develops.

Gavin D Smith, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.165

Diageo’s smallest distillery and another that has worm tubs. The character here is grassy: think hay and straw rather than lawn clippings. There’s just a hint of cereal behind, and a fresh, roasted spiciness. The palate has good central sweetness where you just get a hint of fruit. Light and fresh, and a good afternoon dram.

Dave Broom, Whisky Advocate Summer 2012