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High Commissioner 35cl

(35cl, 40.0%)
High Commissioner 35cl

High Commissioner 35cl Details

(Loch Lomond)

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Whisky or Whiskey

What's in a name? High Commissioner 35cl whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled High Commissioner 35cl whiskey, rather than whisky.

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High Commissioner 35cl Bottling Note

A High Commissioner is a diplomatic representative of the Imperial Government, who is assigned protectorates to watch over. This blended Scotch whisky was first sold in 1865 and, whilst not a complex dram, is not a bad blend, with a good malty flavour.

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User Reviews of the High Commissioner 35cl


ultimate , better than jw blue label.

9th March 2014

Evil Stuff

Turns me into a total B*stard, blended does this to me most of the time, but with this mouthwash that is lossely related to Whisky I finally turned into a cross between "8 Ace" and "The Brown Bottle"

28th July 2013


Lovely stuff, I've tried domestos, high commissioner is on a par with stale urine

3rd June 2013


not bad for a not so expensive scotch whiskey

24th May 2013


This is not for whisky snobs but it is a very acceptable blend from a first-class blender.

3rd April 2013

ram sarup

Forgot to rate

7th February 2013

reg ram

Forgot to rate

7th February 2013

reg ram

The best whisky on the market for the price i drink this everyday and enjoy it never get sick of it if not havnt tryed it yet you dont no what your missing

7th February 2013

ram sarup

The best value whisky good price. I have drank this whisky for the last 8yrs great stuff

7th February 2013


Smooth, fine flavour and good value for money.

14th November 2012

Submitted for forensic examination

This is vile cr*p. As a son of a publican I can assure you this is a very suspect product. I'll let you know about the outcome of a forensic examination.

3rd November 2012

Ann Crewe

Good tasting drink. I can have all the time, Iceland 75

3rd November 2012

lovely whisky

this is one mouthfilling smooth whisky, with a very good value for money. if the cost will go higher , then I will go for other famous whiskies for that price, so keep the price under control. Cheers

14th September 2012

Andy Waugh

first sold in 1865 but has 1856 on the label, can anyone explain

13th September 2012

Alf Creed

Very smooth fine flavor and remarkable value for money

1st May 2012

quite smooth

for a budget special this is hard to beat. the tesco one is a bit better and nothing beats the Aldi Highland Black.

2nd September 2011

High Commissioner

Nothing high about this one. Budget basement stuff.

4th June 2011

Dave Bradford

Sorry I forgot my rating

3rd June 2011

Dave Bradford

I have drank this whiskey for a few years & is good value, nice taste.

3rd June 2011

Paul Andrews

If you have a budget this Whisky is good value for money. I bought the 1L bottle from Asda for £12.84 40%(40units). Tesco Special Reserve is another good Whisky, about the same price range, slightly smoother.

10th February 2010

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