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Though there is little hard evidence, Robert Haig was said to have operated the earliest whisky distillery. It was certainly the earliest ever referenced for in 1655 he was scorned by church elders for using his still on the Sabbath and was summoned to appear before the Kirk Session. In 1824, one of his descendents, John Haig, built the Cameron Bridge distillery in Windygates in the Lowlands. It was one of the first distilleries to produce grain whisky. The Haig Gold blend was released around this time. John’s cousin, Robert Stein built the first continuous still.

In 1877, Cameron Bridge merged with five whisky companies, forming Distillers Company Ltd. John Haig was one of the directors. In 1919, John Haig & Co was purchased by Distillers Company Ltd. During the early 1990s there was a substantial refurbishment and in 2000 the distillery reopened after £9 million on renovations. Cameron Bridge is, today, a decidedly colossal distillery with a capacity of over thirty million litres annually. A single grain whisky is released from the distillery and bottled as Cameron Brig.

There have been both independent releases as well as the official bottling. Today, Cameron Bridge is set for gin production following the closure of Gordon’s gin distillery in Essex. The Haig brand lives on today with the Dimple range of blended whiskies. Remember the motto, ‘don’t be vague, ask for Haig!’.

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Distillery Address

Haig House, Albany Street, Edinburgh

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A special release of Haig Dimple 15 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, celebrating the Year of the Horse in 1990. The decanter features a fairly epic scene of someone riding a horse with a bow and arrow!  More info
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"Don't be vague, ask for Haig."

This is a well preserved bottle of Haig Dimple from the 1970s, which comes with the presentation box.  More info
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A ceramic decanter of top blended whisky, Haig.  More info
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A miniature Haig Dimple!  More info
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Haig Dimple - 1980s
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A Dimple from the 80s. A great blend that's stood the test of time, Dimple uses a higher than average proportion of malt in its blend. Comes complete with a box, and it's all in very fine condition.  More info
$159.35
Haig Dimple 1l - 1970s
(100cl, 43%)
A whole litre of Dimple from the 70s, the heyday of sideburns and Leeds United. A great blend that's stood the test of time, this bottle is in great condition.  More info
$199.19
A very old litre bottle of Dimple from the 1960s, this fine blend, which uses a high proportion of malt, is bottled at a lower than normal 35% abv.  More info
$199.19
Haig Dimple 70 Proof
(70cl, 35%)
Incredibly rare blended whisky from one of Scotland's oldest brands! This whisky is at 70 UK proof (the old method of measuring the alcoholic content of a spirit which was stopped in 1980 - 70 proof...  More info
$144.41
Dimple
(70cl, 35%)
Haig's Dimple blend has been a popular deluxe blended Scotch whisky for many years, we've got our hands on this rare antique bottling all for your delectation!  More info
$340.20
Dimple
(70cl, 35%)
This is an old bottling of the famous Haig's Dimple deluxe blended Scotch whisky, potentially from the 1980's, and is an insight into this blend's past.  More info
$159.27
This decanter of Haig's deluxe blended Scotch whisky, Dimple, was released to commemorate the Commonwealth Games Scotland of 1986.  More info
$103.66
This is a 1970's bottling of Haig's Dimple De Luxe blend. So named because of the dimples in the bottle. This is a collectable piece but is also drinkable.  More info
$119.51
This is a very rare and highly collectible bottle of Haig Dimple 15 year old - a legendary blended Scotch whisky.  More info
$76.27
This is a very rare bottle of Haig's Dimple which was bottled in the 1960s. These are incredibly collectible, especially so given this one comes with the original packaging!  More info
$199.19
Haig Dimple 70 Proof
(70cl, 35%)
An old bottling of Haig Dimple 70 Proof. Nice and rare.  More info
$76.74
Cor, what a well kept bottle of Haig's 12 Year Old Dimple! The fantastic whisky was produced some time around the 1980s and the 1990s, it's done pretty good for itself to get this far looking so good...  More info
$199.19
A 1970s bottle of the fab blend Haig & Haig Five Star. For a bottle that is over 30 years old, it's in good condition - only a few small watermarks on the label.  More info
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This is an absolutely ancient bottle of Haig & Haig 12 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, presented in the unmistakable 'dimple' bottle. It was bottled all the way back in 1935 and made for the American...  More info
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Haig's Dimple from the days when Elvis was king (the 1950s). This ancient whisky comes in the classic 'dimple' bottle, an instantly recognisable shape. Sadly, this bottle is not in great condition -...  More info
$298.78
A litre bottle of the famous Haig blend in the dimple bottle. This was matured for 15 years.  More info
Incredibly rare blended whisky from one of Scotland's oldest brands! This whisky is at 70 UK proof (the old method of measuring the alcoholic content of a spirit which was stopped in 1980 - 70 proof...  More info
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