In 1655, Robert Haig was issued a censure by the Catholic church for operating
his distillery on the Sabbath. Despite the condemnation, Haig and descendants
expanded the family business throughout the Celtic nations and England, and in
1824, John Haig established the Cameronbridge Distillery and began producing the
first-ever grain whisky in the Scottish Kingdom of Fife.
Haig Club Single Grain Scotch
Haig Club is a single grain whisky distilled at the Cameronbridge Distillery and
is made from a mash bill of 90% wheat and 10% malted barley. After distillation,
it is aged in a mix of first fill, refill and rejuvenated bourbon barrels for
6-7 years. A soft aroma of butterscotch and toffee, a rich creamy taste and a
clear, golden amber liquid. Though single grain whiskies are the working horse
of many blends, they are rarely bottled to shine on their own. Haig Club 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.
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In 1644, the Scottish Parliament introduced a notorious excise duty on Scotch whiskey. This tax would continue to rise for the next several decades. This was simply unacceptable to those whose families had been making whiskey mainly for themselves. Blended Scotches involve from as little as a half-dozen whiskies to as many as 50. The average blended Scotch routinely owns a ratio of roughly two-thirds grain whisky to one-third malt whisky.
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