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House Greyjoy Talisker Game of Thrones, 70cl

Part of the Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection, there is nothing grey about this Talisker, with its golden copper colour provided by the use of heavily charred, ex-Bourbon American Oak casks - less grey, more joy in this amazing bottle of whisky. With the Greyjoys rulers of the Iron Islands, the coastal Talisker distillery on the Isle of Skye is a perfect pairing - though we're yet to see a kraken there.
£51.95

House Lannister Lagavulin 9yr Game of Thrones Islay, 70cl

When you play the game of thrones, you win or you... drink delicious whisky! Part of the exciting Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection, this 9 year old whisky was distilled by the Islay-based Lagavulin distillery. It has been exclusively matured in 100% fresh ex-Bourbon casks, giving it a gorgeous light golden colour.
£69.95

House Stark & Dalwhinnie Winters Frost Game of Thrones, 70cl

No matter where you are, winter is coming with the Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection, with this Dalwhinnie single malt pledging its allegiance to House Stark. Produced at the highest altitude working distillery in Scotland, it is light gold and bright on appearance and has been slowly matured in 100% ex-Bourbon casks. Dalwhinnie is known for whiskies that possess a unique floral heather honey character. If the lone wolf dies but the pack survives, we're hedging our bets that the pack has their paws on this exquisite whisky.
£52.95

House Targaryen & Cardhu Game of Thrones, 70cl

This is a special limited-edition bottling of single malt Scotch whisky that was released as part of a collaboration between Diageo and US TV network HBO, producers of the enormously successful Game of Thrones series. The show served as inspiration for each of the whiskies, which were paired with one of the iconic Houses of Westeros. In this case the fab Cardhu Gold Reserve was bestowed with the House Targaryen. They're the ones with the dragons and stuff, as well as Daenerys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke), who you'll probably recognise as she's a major character in the show. Their house words are 'Fire and Blood', but they can now update them to 'Fire, Blood and lovely Scotch'.
£51.95

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.
£39.95

House Tyrell Clynelish Game of Thrones, 70cl

HBO and Diageo have teamed up to create the Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection. Each whisky in the series is paired with a royal House of Westeros. This particular edition contains liquid sourced from the coastal distillery of Clynelish. It sits among scenic green pastures in Scotland's north, a landscape somewhat reminiscent of Highgarden, the home of the great House of Tyrell. We're sure the fearless Queen of Thorns, Olenna Tyrell (portrayed by the legendary Diana Rigg) would approve of its floral quality, vibrant character and dignified label art, which features the Tyrell sigil - a golden rose.
£51.95

Isle of Jura 18yr, 70cl

At the peak of the Jura distillery's core range (relaunched in mid-2018) sits the Isle of Jura 18 Year Old. This expression aged in American white oak ex-bourbon barrels before enjoying a finishing period in Premier Grand Cru Classé Bordeaux barrels, imparting a rich fruitiness.
£62.50

Isle of Jura Seven Woods, 70cl

You may have guessed it already from this expression's name, but the Isle of Jura Seven Wood is made with whisky drawn from seven different types of cask. There's American white oak, and six other French oaks, Limousin, Tronçais, Allier, Vosges, Jupilles, and Les Bertranges. Intriguing stuff, this.
£48.50

Lagavulin 16yr Islay, 20cl

A single malt that many lust after, Lagavulin 16 Year Old is a southern Islay offering which combines bright rich notes with a light dryness, creating an interesting, concentrated flavour. The nose is reminiscent of Lapsang Souchong tea, exceptionally smoky with undertones of sweet sherry and vanilla. The flavour is equally intense, with a thick richness on the palate, rich in malt and sherry with bright fruited sweetness and the smoky peat always there in the background. A masterpiece of the smoky style.
£22.95

Lagavulin 16yr Islay, 70cl

A single malt that many lust after, Lagavulin 16 Year Old is a southern Islay offering which combines bright rich notes with a light dryness, creating an interesting, concentrated flavour. The nose is reminiscent of Lapsang Souchong tea, exceptionally smoky with undertones of sweet sherry and vanilla. The flavour is equally intense, with a thick richness on the palate, rich in malt and sherry with bright fruited sweetness and the smoky peat always there in the background. A masterpiece of the smoky style.
£67.50

Lakes Distillery Steel Bonnets Blended Malt, 70cl

Steel Bonnets is the first cross-border blend of exceptional English and Scotch malt whiskies. At its heart is single malt whisky from The Lakes Distillery, created with love and great care in the Lake District National Park. Creamy vanilla and comforting woodsmoke are interwoven to create a whisky born of the unique rugged character and heritage of the of the Scottish & English borderlands. The whisky has creamy, slightly nutty & full bodied flavour. Bottled at 46.6% ABV, natural colour and non-chill filtered.
£59.95

Laphroaig 10y Islay, 70cl

This smoky little number will not let you down. A 10 year old offering from the esteemed Laphroaig distillery, it has that classic medicinal taste we all know and love. The powerful muscle of peat comes through in the nose with liquorice and sweet baking spices following behind. As far as the flavour goes it’s salty, with a real coastal feel and has notes of sweet vanilla, strong oak and spicy chilli there too. It ends dryly, inviting you to give it another sip.
£41.95

Laphroaig Quarter Cask Islay, 70cl

Laphroaig Quarter Cask was released in 2004 to much esteem. Youthful compared to other offerings it’s a highly commendable malt which still has a bold, enticing flavour despite its young age. Oily and butter rich on the nose, toffee, nuts and hickory smoke come through measuredly. The palate gives a bold hit of sweetness with fiery chilli heat coming through quickly in pursuit, medicinal freshness, chewy cereals and even a hint of cola also follow.

£52.95

Macallan 12yr Triple Cask, 70cl

Introduced in mid-2018, the Triple Cask range takes the place of Fine Oak in the Macallan stable. This expression is made exclusively with whisky aged for at least 15 years in a combination of European sherry seasoned casks, American sherry seasoned casks and American ex-bourbon casks.
£53.95

Macallan 15yr Triple Cask, 70cl

Introduced in mid-2018, the Triple Cask range takes the place of Fine Oak in the Macallan stable. This expression is made exclusively with whisky aged for at least 15 years in a combination of European sherry seasoned casks, American sherry seasoned casks and American ex-bourbon casks.
£99.95

Macallan 18 yr Triple Cask, 70cl * one per customer

This 18 year old Macallan single malt sits at the peak of the Triple Cask range (which replaced the Fine Oak range in mid-2018). With maturation taking place in a combination of European sherry seasoned casks, American sherry seasoned casks and American ex-bourbon casks, this expression boasts bountiful notes of vanilla, dried fruit and woody spice.
£225.00

Macallan Gold Double Cask, 70cl

Macallan Gold was first introduced in 2012 as part of the distillery's 1824 range of non-age statement expressions, before being renamed Macallan Gold Double Cask in 2018 as part of the new core range. Matured in a combination of first fill and refill American oak and European oak sherry casks to create an incredibly smooth and rich single malt. Soft gold in colour, this is the lightest expression of the Macallan range, but still packed with typical Speyside Macallan flavours. A lemon citrus nose, with zesty orange peel and oaky vanilla notes. The palate reveals a light sweet flavour, more citrus, apples and ginger spices, but in no way overpowering. Overall a slightly sweet and malty whisky, easy going and fresh.
£46.95

Macallan 12 yr Fine Oak, 70cl

Macallan 12 year old from the Macallan Fine Oak range. Triple Cask Matured in a combination of European and American casks seasoned with sherry and bourbon.
£50.95

Macallan 12 yr Sherry Oak, 70cl

Deliciously smooth, with rich dried fruits and sherry, balanced with woodsmoke and spice. Described by F Paul Pacult, the renowned international whisky writer, in his book Kindred Spirits as 'simply the best 12 Year Old single malt around'.
£62.95

Macallan 18yr Sherry Oak Cask , 70cl * one per customer

2019 RELEASE Colour Light mahogany ABV 43% Nose Dried fruits and ginger, with a hint of citrus, vanilla and cinnamon Palate Rich dried fruits with spice, clove, orange and wood smoke Finish Full and lingering with dried fruits and sweet toffee, ginger and a hint of wood smoke
£299.00 £295.00

Macallan 25yr Sherry Cask, 70cl * one per customer

2018 RELEASE

One of the world’s most revered whiskies and one which if you can taste it, you simply must! Macallan’s exceptional 25 year old malt is the epitome of Speyside, winning awards and lifelong fans alike. The nose is rich in orange and pear, with sweet spices and just the slightest touch of smoke. It’s effect on the palate is textbook, malty apricots, prunes and figs are paired with cinnamon and sweet nutmeg. All bound together with a burst of honey, firmly planting this malt at the heart of the Speyside scene.

£1,395.00

Macallan 30yr Sherry Cask, 70cl

Oloroso sherry is the leader at the beginning . The nose is full and spiced well . Somewhere an orange peel has been singed by a cocktail barperson . An intense start and it doesn’t end with the nose. The palate is very full. This is typical Macallanesc . Intense without being intrusive , with honey notes and good texture, at times there are crushed grapes . It is very clean in the mouth before a fruity finish , coffee and a smidge of cocao .
£3,000.00

Macallan Rare Cask Batch 3, 70cl *one per customer

2018 RELEASE Macallan Rare Cask is comprised of 16 different sherry-cask styles, the majority of which are first fill. Rich and complex with notes of dark honey and dried fruit, this bridges the gap between The 1824 Series and The 1824 Collection.
£249.00

Nomad Outland, 70cl

After a year of tests, ageing the Whisky in barrels that had previously held Fino, Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez sherries, to find the perfect blend, master blenders chose those whiskies that had been aged in Pedro Ximenez barrels, in Jerez, which produced a wonderfully smooth and rounded whisky that stood out from the rest. Many whiskies are aged in sherry casks in Scotland but Nomad is the only whisky in the world to age in the Gonzalez Byass cellars in Jerez, coming into contact with the wild yeasts and flors that imbue the bodegas, and their contents, with the unique characteristics that make this whisky so special. A unique formulation with over 30 different single malt and grain whiskies, blended in the Highlands of Scotland, using whiskies sourced principally from Speyside. This original blend is made up from whiskies of between 5 and 8 years old which are left to mature in sherry butts in Scotland for 3 years, altogether, before being transferred to Jerez to be aged in the San Fernando cellars of Gonzalez Byass for a minimum of 12 months.
£32.95

Oban 14yr, 20cl

A West Highland malt of real esteem, this 14 year old Oban is traditional in its flavour but this isn’t something to overlook. Rich and smoky on the nose, this Oban has a medicinal flavour about it, with notes of the sea, coast and seaweed all coming through together. Smooth sweetness is offered up by citrus-infused vanilla but it’s the medicinal notes which truly make this a memorable dram.
£18.95

Oban Night Watch Game of Thrones, 70cl

To celebrate the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones, Diageo have collaborated with HBO to release a limited edition collection of eight single malt Scotch whiskies inspired by each of the Houses of Westeros and the Night's Watch. Oban distillery sits beneath the steep cliff that overlooks the bay in the frontier between the Highlands and the Islands, separating land and sea, just as Castle Black sits between Westeros and what lies beyond The Wall and the terrifying forces of the Night King. Bottled at 43% abv, this limited edition could certainly keep the Night's Watch warm on even the coldest of nights. The nose has straw and tangy cereal notes, before mellowing to cocoa and cherry. The palate is rich and mouth-coating with cherry pie and candied orange peel. The finish is long and rich with creme caramel and charred oak aspects.
£69.95

Oban Single Malt 14yr, 70cl

A West Highland malt of real esteem, this 14 year old Oban is traditional in its flavour but this isn’t something to overlook. Rich and smoky on the nose, this Oban has a medicinal flavour about it, with notes of the sea, coast and seaweed all coming through together. Smooth sweetness is offered up by citrus-infused vanilla but it’s the medicinal notes which truly make this a memorable dram.

£58.95

Octomore Scottish Barley Barley 8.1, 70cl

The first release in Octomore's four-strong Masterclass series, 8.1 is made using Scottish barley and is peated to 167ppm. Aged in American-oak barrels, this is fruity and smoky with notes of vanilla, melon, citrus and marzipan.
£109.00

Old Pulteney 12yr, 70cl

Twelve years maturing in ex-bourbon casks delivers the award-winning flavour of Old Pulteney malt. A crisp, refreshing and clean nose wonderfully balances herbs and cereals, with hints of almond and fresh parsley. On the palate you’ll enjoy a harmonious combination of sultana, toffee, spices an oak, a medium-bodied creation which you won’t grow tired of. Every spicy note is partnered with something sweet and the balance of this dram is something you’ll remember.
£32.95

Scapa Glansa Orkney, 70cl

American oak cask matured Scapa single malt Scotch whisky finished in casks that previously held smoky, peated whisky! Scapa describe Glansa as a gentle introduction to the world of peated whisky.
£45.50 £42.50

Scapa Skiren Orkney, 70cl

Scapa Skiren is a 2015 release from the Orkney distillery. Aged in first-fill American oak casks, this is creamy and sweet with notes of tropical fruit and heather.
£41.95 £39.95

Talisker 10yr, 20cl

A classic from the Isle of Skye and a critically acclaimed offering, Talisker 10 Year Old is a tangy and tasty malt. The nose is bitingly sharp with thick pungent smoke. Apple peels and light fragrant notes help to mellow the sharpness which is how the flavour is dominated with smoke, peppery peat and real intensity. The long finish is welcomingly sweet, with barley and malt, mellows the intense peaty and smoke.

£16.25
Scotch Malt

Scotch malt is a single malt whisky that must be made using malted barley as the only grain ingredient, produced at only one distillery and bottled in Scotland. It is considered by many to be the pinnacle of distilled whisky.

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