GAME OF THRONES Reviews

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Average rating: 7.8/10 (908 votes)

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Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Sergio,
Has a fresh crisp fruit smell to the nose. Has a sweet long after taste with a light spice after taste. Didn't try it on ice. A drink worth trying for the price
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Tammy,
Nice and strong. Way better than JW white walker.
Game of Thrones House Greyjoy Talisker Select Reserve
Adam,
Very Greyjoy. I’m a big Talisker fan, and I was intrigued by the 9 year life of this one compared to the traditional 10. The latter wins, but this is still an excellent scotch, and I prefer it over the Talisker Storm. Now get out to Skye for some views!
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Stanley,
Absolutely love this! Chilled over a little ice, the smoothness and the flavor make it difficult to have just one, or two.... It has a little bit of heat that slowly warms the throat, and just makes you want more. One of my favorites. Would buy it again in an instant.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Egan,
Smooth, bold but not overbearing, flavorful, and with a light smokiness reminiscent of a fire you and your brothers would gather round while toasting the Watch, this is absolutely wonderful for sipping and exactly what I look for in a scotch. I’d swear an oath on my sword to protect this stuff.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Richard,
Slow sipping neat. Nothing else required. Smooth, woody, full flavored. A home run!
Game of Thrones House Lannister Lagavulin 9 Year Old
Robert,
Really enjoyed this bottle. I am a huge fan of peat.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Mahyad,
Great bottle of Oban. Very smoky flavor. Would go great with a Cigar.
Game of Thrones House Baratheon Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old
Daniel,
Oak, vanilla, coffee, custard. So drinkable.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Michael,
My favorite GoT inspired whisky. I was surprised because I had heard Cardhu was the best. I’ve had the JW line (they are very good), the Night’s Watch Oban, and the Cardhu House Targaryen in addition to this. I would definitely buy again.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Tim,
I love the smokiness! I'm relatively new to the world of scotch, so take this with a grain of salt, but this is my favorite thus far.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Matt,
Good but like the original better.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Ryan,
Rich nose and mouth full of stone fruit and rich wood with a little spicy, smokey complexity to keep you on your toes. Without that smoke and spice it might be too sweet or heavy but there's a really fine balance here that I really appreciate.
Game of Thrones House Greyjoy Talisker Select Reserve
Ryan,
I recognized quite a bit of complexity, but I can't taste much over the smoke and brine. This seems perfectly fitting for a Greyjoy, but it's just not my thing.
Game of Thrones House Lannister Lagavulin 9 Year Old
Ryan,
Just not my thing. I can't taste much outside the peat. So aromatic, I have to move slowly into the glass. Too aggressive for my tastes.
Game of Thrones House Tully Singleton of Glendullan Select
Ryan,
My favorite of the GOT series. I'm relatively new to scotch, so I don't have the breadth in vocabulary, but this bottle would encourage me to drink every Singleton I come into contact with in the future, without hesitation. Sweet, rich, and very smooth.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Mary,
light peaty taste very woody and warm
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Jonathan,
I would describe it as a mild scotch, borderline Irish for me. Some of it's strengths are weaknesses, so just depends on the drinker: Not too smoky vs no age. not expensive, but not complex either. Overall, it's done well, decent for mixing too.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Paul,
This is an approachable, easy to drink, pleasant sipper. The nose is potent and all up front, which translates to the moment it hits your tongue. That first touch brings some spice - not too much though, followed by a woody medium bodied experience, with a hint of honey and winter berry. Finishes cool and mellow. For the price point, you can't go wrong, I was not at all disappointed, but not overwhelmed either.
Game of Thrones House Targaryen Cardhu Gold Reserve
Alex,
Smooth and enjoyable from nose to finish. Red apple, oak, and a nutty finish round it out quite nicely. Would recommend to someone delving into Scotch and not a fan of the peaty and smoky malts.
Game of Thrones House Lannister Lagavulin 9 Year Old
Ryan,
Very powerful intense burn at the go, takes you by surprise And was difficult to taste anything else. But the longer it sits on the palate the more you taste and the flavors come out. Will take longer to get used to but definitely going to sip on this
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
ALEXANDER,
Nothing to write home about. Not bad by any means, just nothing special about it. Pretty average.
Game of Thrones House Lannister Lagavulin 9 Year Old
Piotr,
Really good! Strong and powerful. A bit peaty, too less to my personal taste, but still excellent.
Game of Thrones House Tully Singleton of Glendullan Select
David,
This is definitely worth the money! It is smooth with that nice bite at the end. Give it a shot.
Game of Thrones House Tully Singleton of Glendullan Select
guest,
Not a big fan of this scotch. Nose isn’t bad, light honey, fruit and slightly floral. Taste starts a little spicy, but finish is a lingering floral taste that I don’t care for. Adding a little water brought out more of a spicy, oak flavor.
Game of Thrones House Tully Singleton of Glendullan Select
Jaysen,
May not be one of the prominent houses in GoT, but they have one hell of a scotch associated with them. This is a nice smooth, easy drinking scotch. Greet for any occasion and for those that are new to the whisk(e)y, bourbon, and scotch tasting or the snobs.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
David,
Pretty bland honestly. No age to it.
Game of Thrones House Lannister Lagavulin 9 Year Old
Kyle,
This whiskey could define balance. Honey, Vanilla, caramel, salt, and peat. One note I saw I can't stop thinking of : burnt marshmallow. I haven't had much of Lagavulin, but this 9 year old was readily available at the local store. Maybe paid a little more for the branding than I'd like but I have no regrets. Once it's empty I will definitely buy a 16. Terrific stuff.
Game of Thrones House Lannister Lagavulin 9 Year Old
Ray,
Smoky with hints of banana, caramel, and vanilla. The smoke and spice linger. Not too bad.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
guest,
Nice dark fruit and salty on the nose. Taste is initially salty, caramel and apple, with a little cherry on the finish. Very smooth, easy drinker. Not as good with water added, made it kind of one dimensional
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
STACI,
Heavy wood flavor with a spice at the end. Not what I expected, but not bad either. I didn't get the "floral" or "honey" flavor. Looking forward to my tasters to further my experimenting.
Game of Thrones House Tyrell Clynelish Reserve
Eric,
This is basically Clynelish 14's younger, rough-around-the-edges little brother. I like the sweetness here, but the 14 at a comparable price is definitely preferable.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Earl,
Dark, compared to Oban 14. Heavier. Smokier. There's the briny taste of the sea mingled in with spice and the slightest hint of citrus rind. I've bought four bottles of this stuff and I'm still learning more about it with every dram.
Game of Thrones House Greyjoy Talisker Select Reserve
Burton,
Probably the best of the GOT series. A must try. A balance of notes of melons, brine and light smoke.
Game of Thrones House Targaryen Cardhu Gold Reserve
guest,
Not my favorite scotch. Lot of honey on the nose and the initial palate, but finishes with more spice/clove taste. Adding water brought out a little more apple
Game of Thrones House Greyjoy Talisker Select Reserve
Brian,
It has a good underlying flavor, but the smokey flavor overpowers everything. It's like eating a fistful of ash.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Cory,
for the price point I thought it was very good.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Jason,
Very approachable. Sweet and refreshing
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Michael,
Nose: sweetish and citrus Palate: Interesting not smoky but some wood. Spicy finish. Growing on me.
Game of Thrones The Night's Watch Oban Bay Reserve
Larry,
Too Smoky for my taste
Game of Thrones House Targaryen Cardhu Gold Reserve
Caylin,
Really enjoyed this bottle for the price. Nice complex flavor, relatively smooth, enjoyed better with 1 ice cube rather than neat.
Game of Thrones House Greyjoy Talisker Select Reserve
David,
Really enjoyable.
Game of Thrones House Targaryen Cardhu Gold Reserve
Charles,
unremarkable but easily drinkable and not a bad price. Have not tried the cardhu 12 at the time of this review. light, red apples and honey with a mild spiced finish. nice for my collection, but wouldn't drink this regularly.
Game of Thrones House Targaryen Cardhu Gold Reserve
Robert,
Visually- nice amber color Nose- reminds me of a red wine. Definite oak and cherry. Mouth feel is oily. Slight burn, not too much. Not much taste initially with a medicinal aftertaste. Adding water brings out taste but I am not a fan of it. A disappointment.
Game of Thrones House Greyjoy Talisker Select Reserve
Alex,
What I like to see in a scotch and an excellent tribute to the drowned god. If you like smoky and peated scotches from the Islay region like I do this one’s for you!
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
Robert,
Pretty good stuff. Not too smoky. No particular flavor really stands out but all blend together well for a smooth slightly smoky finish.
Game of Thrones House Stark Dalwhinnie Winter's Frost
James,
Good, refreshing cold sipping scotch.