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An exceptional taste experience

Haig Club is an ultra-smooth spirit with delicious notes of butterscotch and toffee.
Made at the legendary Cameronbridge Distillery in Scotland, Haig Club has been expertly crafted by distiller and blender Chris Clark, using a unique process that combines grain whisky from three different cask types


A soft aroma of butterscotch and toffee.


A clear, golden amber liquid


Butterscotch-smooth tropical fruit and slick, spicy base notes


A smooth, clean finish

 Level Haig Club 1 RT New Bottle


 Made at the legendary Cameronbridge distillery in Scotland, the liquid has been crafted using a process that combines grain whisky from three cask types which creates a fresh, clean style that showcases butterscotch and toffee for an ultra-smooth taste. This makes it delicious served neat, over ice or in a crafted cocktail like the Old Fashioned.


New Old Fashioned 

60ml Haig Club
10ml sweet vermouth
2 dashes orange bitters
Garnish with Orange Wedge

Build by adding cubed or hand-cracked ice in an Old Fashioned glass or tumbler
Add Haig Club
Pour in 10ml of sweet Vermouth, drop in 2 dashes of orange bitters.
Garnish with a lemon twist and cherry and serve with a glass stirrer for the drinker to dilute

Alcohol unit: 2.5

A bit of history

Haig Club is built on nearly 400 years of distilling heritage and the House of Haig can trace its whisky-producing roots back to the seventeenth century. In 1824 John Haig established the Cameronbridge distillery where he pioneered the art of producing grain whisky in continuous Coffey and Stein stills - an invention which laid the foundations for the growth and success of the modern Scotch Whisky industry. Haig Club is born of that Haig family legacy of innovation and excellence in whisky making. The Haig Club unique bottle design draws on a history of innovative bottles produced by the House of Haig, including the Haig Dimple Bottle, recognisable the world over. The Haig Club brand was inspired in part by archive materials dating back to the 1920's in which Haig whisky was advertised as "The clubman's whisky".

Haig Club Clubman Cocktails


Event: Spirits International Prestige Awards
Date: 2015
Award: Gold winner