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Haig Club Single Grain Scotch Whisky 70cl

Haig Club Single Grain Scotch Whisky 70cl

70Cl x 1

Product:Single Grain Scotch Whisky
Pack Size:700ml
Product Code:139378
VAT Code:Standard
Brand:Haig Club
Product Category:Beers, Wines & Spirits > Spirits & Fortified Wine > Whisky
  • Haig Club is an ultra-smooth spirit with delicious notes of butterscotch and toffee. Created, crafted and perfected in partnership with David Beckham
  • Gold winner of the 2015 Spirits International Prestige Awards
  • A soft aroma of butterscotch and toffee, a rich creamy taste and a clear, golden amber liquid
  • Enjoyable served neat, over ice or in a crafted cocktail like an Old Fashioned
  • Made at the legendary Cameronbridge Distillery in Scotland, Haig Club has been expertly crafted by distiller and blender Chris Clark, using a unique process that combines grain whisky from three different cask types
  • Haig Club opens up the Scotch Category to new people as a result of its ultra-smooth flavour


Product Marketing

"Forget everything you thought you knew about Scotch" - Dave Broom, whisky writer. Haig Club is a Single Grain Scotch Whisky developed in partnership with global sporting icon David Beckham and British entrepreneur Simon Fuller. Made at the legendary Cameronbridge distillery in Scotland, the liquid has been crafted using a process that combines grain whisky from three cask types which creates a fresh, clean style that showcases butterscotch and toffee for an ultra-smooth taste. This makes it delicious served neat, over ice or in a crafted cocktail like the Old Fashioned.

Brand Marketing

“A pretty damn good whisky from the oldest distilling family in Scotland” - Esquire

World Whiskies Awards, March 2015
World's Best Design
Best New Launch Design
Best Standard Design

San Francisco World Whisky Competition 2015
Silver Medal - Tasting
Bronze Medal - Design

Ultimate Beverage Challenge 2015
Very Good, Strong Recommendation

Haig Club is built on nearly 400 years of distilling heritage and the House of Haig can trace its whisky producing roots back to the seventeenth century. In 1824 John Haig established the Cameronbridge distillery and it was there that he pioneered the art of producing grain whisky in continuous Coffey and Stein stills - an invention which laid the foundations for the growth and success of the modern Scotch Whisky industry. Haig Club is born of that Haig family legacy of innovation and excellence in whisky making. The Haig Club unique bottle design draws on a history of innovative bottles produced by the House of Haig, including the Haig Dimple Bottle, recognisable the world over. The Haig Club brand was inspired in part by archive materials dating back to the 1920's in which Haig whisky was advertised as "The clubman's whisky".

Additional Information

  • Place of Provenance
  • Pack Type: Bottle


Preparation and Usage

Haig Club New Old Fashioned
The ritual for this classic cocktail is reversed, with the drinker stirring & diluting the cocktail to perfection.
Ingredients: 60ml Haig Club, 10ml Sweet Vermouth (or alternatively any other sweet dessert or aromatised wine), 2 dashes orange bitters.
Garnish: Lemon Twist & a cherry
Glass: Old Fashioned Glass
Method: Fill an old fashioned glass with ice. Pour all ingredients over ice into the glass. Stir until it has reached your preferred dilution. Garnish with a lemon twist and cherry, try to leave the garnish close to the surface to enhance the cocktail's aroma.
Alcohol content: 2.5 units.
Clubhouse Soda
A modern twist on the classic Whisky & Soda, brought up to date with your choice of aromatic bitters to suit every Haig Club drinker.
Ingredients: 50ml Haig Club, soda water, Original/Ginger bitters, Orange Blossom Water or Rosewater, lemon and mint.
Garnish: Lemon wedge and a sprig of mint.
Glass: Highball
Method: Pour Haig Club into an ice-filled highball glass. Top with soda and two dashes of Original/Ginger bitters, Orange Blossom Water or Rosewater. Garnish with a lemon wedge and mint.
Alcohol content: 2.0 units.

Neat, on the rocks or in other delicious cocktails

Manufacturer's Address

Cameron Bridge Distillery,


Tasting NotesThis stunning single grain has a fresh, clean style showcasing butterscotch -smooth tropical fruit and slick, spicy backing harmonies; it's a smooth, sophisticated new take on Scotch that's perfect to sip over ice or as the heart of light long drink.
Serving SuggestionEnjoy over ice or mixed to suit your style. Neat, over ice, cocktails


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