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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 Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl

House Baratheon Royal Lochnagar Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl

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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