Quite possibly the next whisky trend, this new single grain whisky is made at the Cameronbridge distillery in Scotland and was developed in partnership with Diageo, David Beckham and British entrepreneur Simon Fuller.
Crafted using a unique process that combines grain whisky from three cask types, this single grain whisky is fresh, clean and showcases butterscotch and toffee notes. Haig Club works well served neat, over ice or in a cocktail and pairs very well with seafood.
The House of Haig is no newcomer to whisky production being able to trace its roots back to the seventeenth century in Scotland. The Haig family also happens to be the oldest whisky dynasty and is known for innovation which laid the foundations for the growth and success of the modern scotch whisky industry.
Aroma: A nose of vanilla fudge, honey and dried tropical frutis with mild pepper and light oak
Taste: A rich and creamy palate that mixes sweet flavours of brioche, coconut, vanilla and toffee
Available at the whisky shop for £45.