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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. Remember the motto, ‘don’t be vague, ask for Haig!’.

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Haig House, Albany Street, Edinburgh

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Haig is one of the oldest names in whisky history, when John Haig first started distilling in the early 1800s. This is a bottle of Haig Gold Label, a long-time favourite blended Scotch whisky, which...  More info
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This is yet another fabulous antique bottling of Haig Dimple blended Scotch whisky, which we believe to have been produced in the 1970s. It comes alongside its original box, though sadly it has...  More info
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A Gold Label bottling of Haig's blended Scotch whisky, produced in the 1950s. Rare and collectible, although the label does not seem to state the volume of the bottle (but it does suggest that it was...  More info
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Ah yes, one of those awesome Haig Dimple bottles (known as 'Pinch' in the good ol' USA). This one was produced way back in the 1950s, and comes alongside a handsome and very retro presentation box.  More info
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This is a bottle of Haig Golden Age blended Scotch whisky from the Bronze Age of comic books, the 1970s.  More info
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Another of these highly collectible Dimple bottles of blended Scotch whisky, made popular again recently by the hit television show Breaking Bad. It's estimated that this rare piece probably dates...  More info
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Haig's Pinch - 1950s
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The bold words above aren't just a Haig-centric version of "Simon Says" urging you to pinch someone on the arm (anyway, I didn't say "Haig says...", so it wouldn't have counted). This is a rare 1950s...  More info
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A 1970s bottling of Haig's Blended Scotch whisky, produced for the United States of America, hence the "1 U.S. Quart" sized bottle. This rare find comes alongside a rather bold, bright red...  More info
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Another gelasin, this time with no volume or abv, estimated to date from the 1970s.

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"Fine Old Original" Dimple 15 Year Old blended Scotch from the Haig brand, probably bottled in 1990.  More info
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Bottled in the 1970s, this an ancient edition of the incredibly popular and collectible Dimple blend from Haig. This even comes in the original box, adding to its value!  More info
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This bottle of the unmistakable Haig Dimple 12 Year Old was produced in the 1970s.  More info
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This is a very rare 1970s bottling of John Haig's Gold Label. The company is one of the oldest whisky brands in the world, and is made with 60% grain and 40% malt whisky from distilleries including...  More info
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Another entry in our antique spirits collection, this bottle of Haig's Gold Label blended Scotch whisky is over 50 years old! Top work from our spirit archaeologist, and top work from Haig in the...  More info
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Haig Dimple blended Scotch whisky, bottled in the 1970s and housed in a handsome triangular box to go with the handsome triangular bottles that we all know and love.  More info
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An old half-bottle of Haig Dimple, a blend that draws much of its malt whisky from Glenkinchie and Linkwood. Haig Dimple uses a higher proportion of malt in its blend, as opposed to grain whisky.  More info
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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 great...  More info
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Haig Gold Label
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Made by John Haig and Company, the oldest Scotch whisky distillers in the world (well, in Scotland, and by proxy the world). Haig Gold Label is made with 40% malt whisky, including Glenkinchie and...  More info
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Haig Club
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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
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