Don't know about winter but Johnnie Walker Whisky is coming! The Scotch Whisky giant has brought about a new line of Game of Thrones-inspired drinks that fans wouldn't have to wait for long to snag. Their limited edition line-up is inspired by the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros which will be coming in November. The bottle is of icy texture with "Winter is here" as a tagline. The White Walker us basically a blend from two single malt scotches from Cardhu and Clynelish distilleries in Scotland and the drink is supposed to be served cold. Maisie Williams a.k.a Arya Stark Just Dropped a MAJOR Hint About Game Of Thrones Finale!
On the White Walker collection, Diageo vice president of culture and partnerships, Dan Sanborn, stated, "fierce and long winters, which then impacts the liquid that went into the White Walker," said Dan Sanborn, senior vice president of culture and partnerships at Diageo. "We really went to painstaking detail to match that white walker feeling and energy it evokes with the liquid and the scotches that we put in the bottle." Game of Thrones Season 8: The Showrunners Reveal The Real Reason Why The Finale is Coming Out Only Next Year
Eight Game of Thrones-inspired malt scotch whiskies has been crafted by disparate Diageo-owned Scottish distiller. There's House of Westeros, Night's Watch, House of Targaryen, House Lannister, Winterfell, to name a few. Basically, they have managed to cover the prominent kingdoms in Westeros. They all come at pretty reasonable costs too! The price range of Night's Watch starts from $29.99 to $64.99. The House Targaryen scotch is at $39.99 wherein you can find hints of clove and red apple. Speaking of Targaryen, Sanborn stated, "We really wanted to bring the spirit of Daenerys Targaryen" (a character known as the Mother of Dragons) to the scotch." Kit Harington Feels That Fans Won't Like The Finale Of Game of Thrones And The Reason Is Obvious
Clearly, you might have to wait until next summer for the final season of Game of Thrones but you sure can survive the cold winter with these Game of Thrones-inspired drinks! Just so you know, this isn't the first time any company from the liquor business has tried to take some inspiration from the fantasy drama. Brewery Ommegang has also announced an official line of Game of Thrones beers called King in the North, which is set to release in November.