Game of Thrones may have come to an end back in May, but fans can keep the memory of Westeros going strong this Christmas by snapping up a deal on bottles of whisky that have been inspired by the hit HBO show.
Today (29 November), Amazon is offering 25% off all Johnnie Walker Game of Thrones bottles for 24 hours as part of its Black Friday deals, and whether you're a Targaryen at heart or feel more at home with the White Walkers, Johnny Walker has a bottle of whisky for every Thrones fan.
First up for those who want to pledge their allegiance to House Stark is the Johnnie Walker Song of Ice, which is reduced from £34 to £25.99. This one is a blended scotch that's best served cold directly from the freezer and features notes of vanilla and tropical fruit.
Next up is the House Targaryen-inspired Johnnie Walker Song of Fire, another blended scotch that's also on sale for £25.99, reduced from £34. This scotch whisky offers a flavour profile full of subtle red fruit, a sweet smoke and hint of spice like those laden in the markets of Meereen.
And if you can't decide between the two, why not get both? The Johnnie Walker A Song of Fire and Ice whisky features two 70cl bottles for just £50.99, reduced from £68, and makes a perfect Christmas gift for the Thrones fans in your life.
Finally, Amazon is also offering customers a bargain price on the Johnnie Walker Limited Edition Game of Thrones whisky trio, featuring A Song of Fire and Ice and White Walker whisky.
As well as the two 70cl bottles of the Song of Ice and Song of Fire whisky, you'll also get a 70cl bottle of the limited edition White Walker whisky too, which features notes of caramelised sugar and vanilla, red berries and a touch of orchard fruits.
You can buy all three for £75.99, reduced from £100.98.
These savings will only be available for 24 hours, so be sure to snap them up quickly if you want to toast the complete series in style this Christmas – or even if you just want to drink to forget that divisive finale.
Whatever you decide, just be sure to always drink responsibly.
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