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House Lannister & Lagavulin 9 Year Old - Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection (No Tube)

(70cl, 46%)

House Lannister & Lagavulin 9 Year Old - Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection (No Tube)

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House Lannister Lagavulin Bottling Note

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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. If a Lannister always pays his debts, perhaps they could do so next time with a bottle of this Lagavulin.

May we follow in the words of Tyrion Lannister: 'I drink and I know things.'

Please note that this bottle does not come with a presentation tube. Not to worry, the delicious whisky inside will taste just as good!

Check out the rest of the Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection here!

Tasting Note by The Producer

The nose is characteristically Lagavulin with the sweet smoke exploding on the nose providing a little more zesty, Maritime brine than the other expressions. The palate opens with sweet, smokey caramelized banana, burnt marshmallow and Vanilla which subsides into a light dry menthol and salted caramel finish.

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House Lannister & Lagavulin 9 Year Old - Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection (No Tube) Reviews

Deep

Deep, beautiful malt

20th May 2019

Incredible.

I was lucky enough to be in a distillery (one of the other participants in this promotion but not lagavulin) - the guys in the distillery had done the tasting and while they were pleased with their offering they had rated the lagavulin as the best of the bunch. I was poured a measure and was immediately stunned. It is a fabulous expression and in my humble opinion far better than the usual 16 year old. It is a stunning dram and as others will no doubt mention seemed older than it’s years for its complexity and fullness. All respected reviews are saying the same thing so ignore the promotion and grab a bottle for its own sake.

8th March 2019

This is incredible. Its better than the 8 yes by a country mile. More refined than their 16. Smooth and less one dimensional. My pick of the bunch. Lagavulin, Talisker and Clynelish in that order. The others were less impressive. Glendulan n Cardhu were shadowed.

1st March 2019

Delicious and Clever

My bottle arrived this afternoon.
This is yet another delicious expression from Lagavulin.

Very clever with pricing, definitely good to buy to drink, really a stunning malt, but I am sure this will also become collectible quite quick, depending on how long it’s knocking about for.

Really enjoyable and a bit saltier than the 16yr, amazing depth of flavour for what is a relatively young malt. Absolutely recognisable as a Lagavulin, sweet smoke etc.

Well done people at Lagavulin and thank you

20th February 2019

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