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Red Hackle - 1960s

(75cl, 43%)

Red Hackle - 1960s

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Red Hackle -1960s Bottling Note

A very old brand of blended Scotch whisky that is sadly not in production anymore, Red Hackle is named after the distinctive red feather worn in the headdress that one of the founders wore when serving in the Great War. This bottle was made in the 1960s. The presentation box has been slightly damaged over the years, but the bottle remains in good condition.

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Red Hackle - 1960s Reviews

basic wiskey

I met Ross of Hepburn & Ross at the bottling plant, beside the river Kelvin in Glasgow's west side. Hepburn & Ross were the main investor in my Fathers firm (Hydraulic Engineering, Milngavie) At New Year from 49-50's my father would distribute Red Hackle to his customers. The overage would be returned to Ross, I always remember his office, squeaky wooden floors, reminds me of something from a dickens novel. Red Hackle had a most unusual distribution system, they had Rolls Royce make a number of shooting brakes (kind of like present day S.U.V.) to deliver to local customers around Glasgow. Once one of these cars, somehow ran away down the hill and nearly into the river Kelvin!

29th October 2018

Retired Electrical Mechanic Living in Florida.

A friend worked at Blobs Park in the Washington D.C. area in 1969-71 time frame and We purchased it for about 5$ a Quart back then.....I learned to enjoy Scotch! I sure would Like a Tumbler this evening ...Sadly Tim Whitehead has Died ...But His Spirit would be Here Me for a RH ! Miss You Brother !

4th February 2016

From the past

My lovely old father - now 87 and a Publican for several years remembers going on a Red Hackle evening back in the 60's (free whisky!!!) .......his abiding memory being the hangover the following day. A great product now sadly lost to us.......

20th December 2015

John forester

The original firewater

14th November 2015

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