Game Of Thrones Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection

Nov 20, 2018

Category: Vices

Winter is coming and there’s no better way to warm up for battle than an exquisite glass of whisky. Game of Thrones is teaming up with some of Scotland’s most illustrious distilleries for a single malt scotch whisky collection that will give you the liquid courage to slay some white walkers.

Each bottle is branded with a specific house crest from the show. For example, the House Targaryen crest is displayed on the label for a bottle coming from the Cardhu Distillery and House Lannister’s symbol decorates the bottle from the Lagavulin Distillery, which produces some of the most revered scotch in the world. Even the Night’s Watch gets its own special black Oban Bay Reserve whisky bottle. If you have Lannister-level pockets, you can pick up the entire set for $715. But, you also have the choice of grabbing individual bottles. Remember to binge the TV series and not the scotch so you’ll have something to cheers with for the April 2019 premiere of season 8.

Purchase: $54+

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