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Teacher's Highland Cream

(70cl, 40%)

Teacher's Highland Cream

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Teacher's Bottling Note

A very famous blended whisky, a rather good blend too. Jim Murray awarded Teacher's Highland Cream 90 points in his Whisky Bible.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fruity, malty aromas. Just a hint of peat smoke with a good dollop of gooey toffee.

Palate: Soft smoke, barley malt and manuka honey. Hints of Malt-driven palate with soft spices.

Finish: Malt and smoke on the finish. Classic.

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Teacher's Highland Cream Reviews

Good in nose, palate, but lack of aftertaste.

if you offer me a Teacher's and plain water, I could drink a Teacher's and plain water.

My only problem with this scotch is the lack of aftertaste.
For the price I'm not complaining.

For more peaty and longer aftertaste I personally still prefer JW Black Label to Teacher's.

22nd October 2021

A delicious surprise

Way better than JW Black in my humble opinion. Honey, smoke, vanilla, really delicious. There'll always be a bottle of this on my whisky shelf, especially as it's so affordable.

1st October 2021

Great bargain

This is pretty much the cheapest scotch available around where I live, but decided to give it a try after generally positive reviews. The light peat smoke makes this distinct and much more enjoyable than other bottom shelf scotches I've tried (I'm admittedly rather fond of the peated Islays). Punches well above its weight/price, and will be a budget option that I will keep on my whiskey shelf.

27th September 2021

very good.

teachers was the best whisky that you could get hold of in my younger days AND STILL IS. I am in my Eightys and still enjoy a nip every night. LOVLY.


10th September 2021

Terrible in taste, aroma.

Terrible. Tastes like very cheap brands. Awful taste. Used to be good long ago.

9th August 2021


Why did you change this whiskey.
It’s just awful now.

8th August 2021

best this is the best value peated malt whiskey available

I have to look for it when I am out and about as it's not sold in my home town. It is my favourite go to whiskey and I have been enjoying it for 40 plus years. I have tried a vast range of single malts and other more expensive blended whiskies and none compare to Teachers Highland Cream in my book. Oh yes. I drink it straight as it deserves to be taken.

4th August 2021

Excellent for the price...

My favorite bottom shelf scotch. I've heard that the quality has gone down, but I don't see that at all. Great blend on the rocks.

27th July 2021

Great shame

Teachers used to be my favourite mixer whiskey but since rebranding the flavour has changed and the taste is now disappointing. Teachers whiskey is no longer distinguishable from the cheapest supermarket brands.

25th July 2021

The Biggest Bang for your Buck!

I like my Scotch on the rocks with a dash of dry ginger ale. I also like a peaty, malty taste that cuts through the mixer. For me, nothing comes close to Teacher's Highland Cream. It's the most amazing bang for your buck! Thank you, Suntory, for keeping the faith.

9th July 2021

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