Talisker - Select Reserve - Game of Thrones - House of GreyJoy
Lot Id: 100988
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Part of the Game of Thrones Single Malts Collection - Talisker, a costal distillery with signature maritime character, has been perfectly paired with House Greyjoy, that rules over the Iron Islands and worship the Drowned God.
This Talisker is aged in heavily charred, ex-bourbon American oak casks for a truly unique character.
- Bottler: Distillery
- Country: Scotland
- Region: Islands
- Size: 70 cl
- Type: Single Malt Whisky
- Strength (%): 45.8%
- Cask Type: Ex-bouron American Oak
- Distillery Status: Operational
- Fill Level: Into Neck
- Lot Type: Full Size
- Shipping Weight: 2.00 KG
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