Haig Club

70cl / 40%
  • Single Grain Scotch Whisky
Haig Club
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David Beckham has made his mark in the world of whisky with the launch of Haig Club. A light and sweet grain whisky, Haig Club is aimed at drinkers who have yet to be won over by whisky’s charms. Named after John Haig, the founder of Cameronbridge distillery (where the whisky is made), Haig Club is superb over ice, in long drinks or in short cocktails – it’s an easy-drinking dram that will win anyone over.


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Lemon Lemon
  • Cream Cream
  • Toffee Toffee

Haig Club Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Billy A

    Nose: Toffee and bananas up front, with green grassy notes, and gentle ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon spiciness.

    Palate: Sweet and creamy to start, with soft caramel and toffee. Lemon peel zestiness develops, with tingly cinnamon. Creamy lemon posset with a crunchy bar?

    Finish: Spice, toffee, soft anise and a touch of warmth.

    Comment: Light and sweet with more complexity than you might expect. It's not a whisky that you'll be sitting down to examine over hours, but it does have good flavours, that are strong enough to shine through even when mixed.

128 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    27 September

    Not bad. Great first flavours with an extremely prominent toffee and vanilla making it very drinkable. After taste is a bit burnt, bit oaky – I imagine this is from the bourbon barrel. All in all a very nice flavour to mix or chuck down straight.

  • 5
    10 August

    As with any whiskey in the world, some will hate it, some will love it. Me, I have enjoyed Scotch for most of my adult life. Highlands single malt is my favorite! Blended scotch is something you put in your car radiator! Haig Club, in my opinion, is an excellent, smooth, single grain Scotch. I am sure that many will argue this and many will agree. Try it yourself and then decide!

  • 3
    9 August

    Having read all the bad reviews below, I was dreading my first taste and second guessing my decision to buy this reduced whisky. I’m pleased to report that l loved it. I’m no expert but often find myself wondering what all the fuss is about over single malt as I’ve as enjoyed scotch more. If you’re the same I would description be it as a lighter version of famous grouse which I love but this could well become my new favourite and you get a lovely blue bottle. Good luck

  • 1
    31 July

    Really nasty. I bought this from Tesco on offer, I liked the bottle and thought I'd seen it somewhere... when I got home I remembered I'd seen Beckham advertising it, which probably wasn't a good sign but I'd bought it and thought I'd give it a go. I couldn't finish the glass. I had two sips but it is aggressively unpleasant. I like whisky, though I prefer smooth Highland single malts to the very peaty Islay malts. This stuff is undrinkable, it didn't even taste like whisky, it smells of turps and tastes thin and acrid, like some sort of chemical waste. Don't waste your money, I'll be pouring the rest away - might keep the nice blue bottle though!

  • 4
    31 July

    Excellent whisky. Very drinkable. Goes down easy like a light Japanese whiskey. Bit pricey though. There are better whiskys for a similar price.

  • 1
    6 July

    It's like watered down cheap supermarket brand whiskey. I feel like I've been robbed by the shop I got it from. A least Dick Turpin had the decency to wear a mask.

  • 5
    24 May

    One of the best whisky's I've ever tasted

  • 5
    9 April

    It's nice. Drinkable and enjoyable and smooth. Better than most of the overpriced 10yr single malts by far.

  • 2
    27 March

    I found the taste watery and insipid. It's too tasteless with no character.

  • 1
    22 March

    Cheap and awful whiskey

  • 5
    14 February

    Always avoided it, never been a fan of Beckham, no offence, but full credit to the man, just had my first doppy from a gift bottle and it's nice and smooth, good taste and I'll raise the next one you dad, cheers bud, you'd have enjoyed this one.

  • 4
    13 February

    I don't really get all the negatives here. It is what it is. A really subtle drink. Agreed no depth but really smooth. It's an easy evening drink. My palette is in favour of the smoky peaty drinks but love this as a smooth alternative.

  • 1
    14 January

    Thin, weak, cheap, basic.

  • 1
    10 January

    Truly awful whisky. There is absolutely no depth of flavour and it is unpleasant to drink. Would be passable as a cheap mixer, but ridiculously overpriced. I have had some fun giving a taste to friends to see their reaction (meaning that I don't have to drink as much of it myself). All who have tried it so far agree that it is terrible. It is a shame the quality of the whisky is so bad, because the packaging and bottle look great.

  • 1
    9 January

    Absolute crap! If you put one ounce in a 12 ounce can of coke, it might become drinkable. I'm giving it zero stars, but I had to choose one to get my review posted.

  • 2
    30 December 2017

    Very sweet flavour like cream soda, and light in colour. Made the younger market who wouldn't usually drink whisky. It's the alcopop of the whisky world. It's not to my taste, but not so bad that I won't finish the bottle eventually.

  • 1
    29 December 2017

    Extremely over priced and poor quality. It's really a shame that a lot of people are tricked into buying it as a gift due to the flash packaging and marketing campaign when there are so many other more fantastic bottles out there for the same price or cheaper. This is a cheap nasty 3 year old spirit, lacking any refinement, in a fancy bottle

  • 1
    26 December 2017

    Terrible, just terrible. it has a horrible burning sensation and not in a good way. If you want the nice bottle then definitely go for it. If you want a quality Whisky avoid for similar pricing you can have a 10 year Laphroaig.

  • 1
    26 December 2017

    When people buy a gift for someone at Christmas who they know drinks whisky, they offend people who know their whiskies. This is definitely one for the inexperienced drinkers and could be bracketed as an alco-pop. Market something else Beckham, something you might find useful like the underwear for men you got behind with H&M (the clothing supplier) those products were really good.

  • 5
    24 December 2017

    This single malt scotch WINS hands down over many of the popular whiskeys. Very smooth over ice. I have introduced many people and they love it too.

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