Robert Haig was distilling as long ago as the early 17th century - making them the oldest Scotch whisky distillers in the world - but his great-grandson was the one to commercialise the family tipple. By 1733, only the decade after it had been founded by Kane McKenzie Haig, the Stirlingshire-based distillery became Scotland's largest and the world's first commercial distillery. The family also went on to establish the predecessor of the Jameson distillery in Bow Street, Dublin. Nowadays the home of Haig is known as the Cameronbridge distillery and is recognised for making grain whisky.
A blended malt from the house of Haig which existed around the 1960s - 1980s.
43% ABV / 75cl
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