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House Tully Singleton of Glendullan Game of Thrones, 70cl

Many have fallen for the charms and complexities of Game of Thrones. You've spent years afraid your favourite characters might get killed off. You can't help but hum the intro theme. Now, thanks to Diageo and HBO, you can toast its triumphs with a bottling from its range of eight rare single malt Scotch whiskies. The limited-edition Scotch you see here is Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old, a Highland stalwart from a distillery that was said to be a favourite of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and is conveniently situated close to Balmoral Castle. Combined with its proximity to Cairngorms National Park, an area that contains one quarter of Scotland’s native forest and plenty of deer, it's little wonder that it was paired with House Baratheon, a house with plenty of royal connections and whose sigil features a rampant stag.
Country Scotland
Bottle Size 70cl
ABV 40.00%
Type Whiskey
3 in stock
£39.95
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The light straw shimmer of this liquid hints at the cask lineage of this Single Malt that is 100% ex-Bourbon casks; that’s confirmed by the heavy Madagascar vanilla opening on the nose followed by a suggestion of sweet, clove spice that develops over time. On the palate it’s initially driven by orchard fruits like apple; the clove returns but now with cinnamon as the palate develops. The finish moves away from citrus into a red berry compote with vanilla cheesecake and a pronounced cereal spice finish.

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The light straw shimmer of this liquid hints at the cask lineage of this Single Malt that is 100% ex-Bourbon casks; that’s confirmed by the heavy Madagascar vanilla opening on the nose followed by a suggestion of sweet, clove spice that develops over time. On the palate it’s initially driven by orchard fruits like apple; the clove returns but now with cinnamon as the palate develops. The finish moves away from citrus into a red berry compote with vanilla cheesecake and a pronounced cereal spice finish.