Haig Clubman

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
Product details
Haig Club Clubman
£23.94
In stock, get it tomorrow (Tue)
Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Haig
Style Grain Whisky

Haig Club Clubman

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 was quite a bit higher than the whiskies we'd previously assumed they'd be competing with. That's where Haig Club Clubman comes in, which will be the more "mainstream" variant.

The Clubman, a single grain Scotch whisky distilled at Cameronbridge and matured in ex-bourbon casks, is designed to be enjoyed with cola.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Inoffensive vanilla, nougat and caramel notes. With Beckham behind it, we can see plenty of vodka coke drinkers making the switch to Clubman and not looking back.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Silver
Silver
Scotch Whisky - Single Grain - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Haig Club Clubman
Please never stop making this!
To all who try to drink this neat: Stop fooling yourself and buy a proper whisky instead. This is not a whisky (albeit it says so on the label). This is a one of the greatest cocktail spirits of all time. This is what all the good blends use for 'volume'.

Because it doesn't stand in the way for the flavor you bring into the mix, it eases it, lifts it, gives it a plate to enjoy from.
My personal preference is blending it half and half with Ardbeg Uigeadail for a whisky sour. The alcohol level becomes more manageable, and the smoke changes from a fist in the face to a nice and delicate lingering in the background. And seriously, who doesn't like a cocktail with Ardbeg in before supper or at a party?
Hans J , Denmark
11 months ago
Actually not that bad, and good value too.
I'm surprised this has such bad ratings. I like some much more expensive whiskys and yet also keep this in my cupboard, to drink neat and never as a mixer. There is some burn, which eases with the second (or 3rd or 4th!) glass, but the butterscotch and toffee flavours, for me, make it an easy drink when that's what I'm in the mood for. Not as good as Glenmorangie 10, but then 10 quid cheaper per bottle.
Philip W , United Kingdom
11 months ago
Nasty.
Harsh. Can sell for a ridiculous price. Grouse can be half the price and 5 times as good. Nice bottle has deceived me twice, never again!
Peterkelly , United Kingdom
one year ago
Ideal gift for someone you do not like.
My mother always told me that if you can not say anything nice about a person, then do not say anything.
This "whisky"? ..................................
Doonhamer , United Kingdom
one year ago
It Is What It Is.
If you are a whisk(e)y fan buying this to drink as you would a decent single malt, a quality Irish dram or an artisanal bourbon you'll be severely disappointed. But for anyone who has actually looked up the drink (and its target audience) it basically meets expectations. I bought a 70cl bottle for £17 and as a mixer in that price range it is absolutely fine. On its own it is the epitome of "meh". As part of a cocktail/"X" and coke it isn't overpowering and does the job.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Bought out of curiosity, disappointing
Umm...how to be polite about this. You can get better for the price. Pale in color, not much complexity to it probably best mixed with something.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Awful for the price
I bought my first and last bottle of Haig Club Clubman last night. I only bought it because I was late to the shops, my usual outlet was closed, and I thought I’d give it a go as it couldn’t be that bad for £28 right? Wrong, I should have bought Grouse for half the price as that would’ve been 10 times nicer! Even some Glen Dhu from Spar would’ve tasted better. Anemic colour, very little flavour, but what flavour there was wasn’t nice, 2 glasses with ice (second one just to make sure) and a splitting headache this morning. Any whisky saying it needs mixing with Coke on the tasting notes doesn’t deserve to exist. If I want to get through the bottle I’ll have to try that, but for £28 I am really really disappointed.
Marcus Chapman , United Kingdom
one year ago
I just want to mix drinks with it, so easy and tasty
If I want a whisky that's strong and punchy I go for Lagavulin, Ardbeg or Talisker10.
However I was introduced to this as a mixing scotch, and I think it is truly great!
Not using vodka in Espresso Martini cocktails anymore, as this makes a tastier drink by far and my friends were surprised.
Also if you make a pitcher with elderflower and ginger cordial, a bit of fresh green apple juice and soda. It made me be able to share whisky with people that aren't diehard drinkers for lunch and early dinners.
You gotta look at what you can do with it. it's not a fireplace whisky sipper it's more a party whisky for me
Alexandra M , United Kingdom
one year ago
Nice bottle, passable mixing whiskey
It's absolutely fine for mixing with a ginger ale or cocktails, on its own it is a bit uneventful and forgettable, however having said all that if I'm buying whiskey for mixing then this is great, it is what it is as they say.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Not Great, Not Terrible
There are a few here saying it's barely whisky but I disagree. You can very easily pick out the vanilla in the palate and the bourbon in the finish- although that's about all. Honestly fine on it's own for getting quickly gone, there's very little booziness to this, and on ice or with a mixer it's just fine. At this price, though, the bottle is great to use with a wine cork as a decanter. Will not be buying another bottle (I prefer Jameson as a mixer and I don't often mix) and not even close to competition with decent scotches or even cheap bourbons, but the bottle is emptying quickly.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago