Insider knowledge: The Gordon Highlanders whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be The Gordon Highlanders whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
Lovely flavour to it, very mellow. It is still available to buy at the Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen, if anyone fancies a trip up there! The museum itself is excellent as well and pays wonderful tribute to the old regiment, so well worth a visit.
11th December 2013
I can't believe this is no longer available. Please Please start making it again. This is the smoothest and nicest tasting Scotch. It is a shame not to make it anymore.
17th September 2013
This was produced for the 200th anaversury og the Gordons in 1994
9th April 2013
Why did you stop producing the best I have tasted ???
21st March 2013
i have just purchased a bottle, it is still available although quite hard to get i have to agree one of the best blends i have tasted.
5th December 2012
I purchased 2 bottles of Gordon Highlanders whisky on the 27/08/12 in the Gordons Museum in Aberdeen and they knew nothing about it not being brewed anymore
14th November 2012
I have a bottle of this,got it as a gift. Any info on it
17th September 2012
I had a couple of bottles of this a few years ago, picked them up overseas when I was in the merchant marine. Best blended I ever tasted! Very much like a straight Glenfiddich, if I recall. Heartbroken it's no longer made!
28th August 2012
Mellow and smooth,excellent malty flavour.
6th May 2012
an excellent smooth and very malted blend, I am trying to find out how long this particular whisky and its bottle design has been the offical whisky of the regiment. Is it a new product or has it been with the regiment for a long time, any answers gratefully received.
15th August 2011