High Commissioner is a blend of various malt and grain whiskies. It's actually not that bad, with a pretty decent balance of flavour.
decent and affordable
5 Stars whisky
WONDERFUL VALUE FOR MONEY.
I used to drink this every day when I was 17'ish, on the beach, with some coke gently served on Pepsi carton pints, shared with friends and endless nights of summer. Just for the bond i got to it I give him 5 stars.
3rd October 2014
On a Cruise recently we called at Gibralter on the way back to Southampton.The first shop we came to on the way to the centre was selling High Commissioner Whisky for £4.50 a litre.Had to buy a bottle at this price.It's great value and tastes good.
21st August 2014
this whisky benefits from a few drops of water,smooths out the wrinkles,takes on a "Teacher's" quality.Certainly not the worst bottle you'll ever have.£17 per litre,who's complaining?
5th June 2014
Changed my opinion now.This is the one i want and look to drink always.
26th January 2014
Good, honest Scotch
For the money this has to be a bargain. Not the most subtle of whiskies but does not disappoint.
17th January 2014
I had to give it 4 stars for the quality for the price. Its very pleasant and smooth to drink. It is better than many costing more. Its worth a try for the money. I saw it today in Iceland would you believe for £13. Johnny Norfolk.
6th December 2013
From time to time I drink blended whiskies (basically if I can't be bothered to go to the more distant shop to get Macallan) and I thought this was really pretty good. It doesn't have the sort of nasty twang after taste of Famous Grouse, not that weird immediate taste of Bells, and the 70cl I bought was only £13. Perfectly reasonably to drink straight.