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Haig

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 of 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, as well as the High CLub single grain Scotch whisky range, promoted by the one and only David Beckham - you know, him off of the football!

Haig Club

70cl, 40%

The much anticipated David Beckham endorsed single grain whisky, produced at Cameronbridge distillery. A combination of first-fill, rejuvenated and refill bourbon barrel-matured whiskies are used and…  More info

Haig Club
338
$40.17

Haig Club Clubman

70cl, 40%

When we first heard about the initial Haig Club being released with David Beckham we had a discussion at MoM Towers about what the price point would be. When it was eventually announced, however, it…  More info

Haig Club Clubman
87
$22.18

Haig Club Mediterranean Orange

70cl, 35%

Haig Club has combined its single grain Scotch whisky with natural orange flavours to create this spirit drink. With the natural orange flavours, and sitting at 35% ABV, it's not quite a whisky, but…  More info

Haig Club Mediterranean Orange
4
$22.18

Haig Dimple 70 Proof

70cl, 35%

An old bottling of Haig Dimple 70 Proof. Nice and rare. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!  More info

Haig Dimple 70 Proof
$101.01

Dimple Golden Selection

70cl, 40%

With plenty of vanilla pod and succulent dried fruit, alongside hints of cigar box, this Dimple Golden Selection blended Scotch whisky is a rather handsome chap indeed. Mellow and quite rich - a…  More info

Dimple Golden Selection
12
$35.87

Haig Club Clubman, Ginger Ale & Lime

33cl, 5%

A handy pre-bottled cocktail from Haig Club, which has mixed its Clubman single grain whisky with root ginger ale and zesty lime for a suitably summery serve. We can see this standing up well…  More info

Haig Club Clubman, Ginger Ale & Lime
1

Haig Club Clubman & Cola

33cl, 5%

Haig Club went and bottled up one of its classic serves for you, combining its single grain Clubman whisky with cola in this nifty can! Just grab ice and a slice of lime, and you're set.  More info

Haig Club Clubman & Cola

Haig Dimple 15 Year Old

70cl, 40%

Haig Dimple, or 'Dimple Pinch' as it's called in the US of A, recently popped up in everybody's favourite programme Breaking Bad! A blend with a high malt proportion, including whiskies from…  More info

Haig Dimple 15 Year Old
38

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