Haig Club Clubman

70cl / 40%
  • Lowland Single Grain Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Haig Club Clubman
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The second release from the brand part-owned by David Beckham, Haig Club Clubman is the entry-level bottling. Aged entirely in bourbon casks which give sweetness as well as enticing vanilla and coconut notes, this is a superb alternative to Jack Daniel's with cola.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Lowland
Cask Type
Bourbon

Style

  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness

Character

  • Vanilla Vanilla
  • Coconut Coconut
  • Custard Custard

Haig Club Clubman Reviews

62 Customer Reviews

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  • 1
    31 July

    Terrible, completely lacks body. Would rather torture my self with a bottle of the paint stripper known as Bells than drink this again.

  • 2
    19 July

    Picked up a bottle on offer. Glad that I didn't pay full price. It's fine as a mixer. Not one for the aficionados.

  • 4
    6 July

    This is a great Whisky. It is fairly priced. I drink it neat and love the vanilla twist. Screw the negative reviews and just enjoy it!

  • 4
    25 June

    Light aroma, sweet, smooth not much body. Mixed it with ginger ale and lots of ice on a hot day it is very pleasant. An alternative to a premium gin but not comparable to a half decent malt.

  • 3
    22 June

    Vanilla taste maybe not for some, but as a single grain its OK, not brilliant but much better than most, this sounds crazy but it's delicious dribbled over ice cream!

  • 4
    4 June

    Tried it recently.. A novice on whiskeys but really loved it! After smelling it, I knew that something good is coming...

  • 1
    4 April

    Awful. Sweet as is sweeties, not what I want from a whisky.

  • 4
    31 March

    Smooth and lively

  • 4
    30 March

    I bought this at Christmas but left it because I don't like whisky. I have been having a drink every so often of it, and this is a pleasant drink, very refreshing and relaxing. Good job

  • 1
    30 March

    DISGUSTING. Very bitter and no depth or body. Avoid, I will stick to my single malts. Nasty

  • 1
    30 March

    Single GRAIN whisky?! There are no "rules" for this. You can do whatever you like with it because it is NOT a single malt scotch whisky. The marketing of this product is truly brilliant but the product is cheap grain whisky dressed up in bourbon casks and sold at a premium. Just shows how good the advertising is.

  • 4
    17 March

    I was prepared, after reading reviews, for this to be awful but, I found it quite ok. Citrus and fruit on the nose. Very, very different to the malts. Just the smell lets you know its something different. The tastes hard to describe but, light, fruity, easy to drink and pleasent. Nothing amazing but, just easy to go down. Its worth trying this contraversal grain whisky as its just different and refreshing for being so

  • 4
    7 March

    Well this certainly polarised the views, if it’s aimed at younger drinkers, then good but whatever you do, don’t read the reviews, try it for yourself and make up your own mind. To me, it’s a pleasant little drink , I’ve had my fun, and that’s all that matters .

  • 1
    20 February

    Bought this out of curiosity and challenging my own view, unfortunately my untested view that it was mass market fodder aimed at weee guys with funny hair cuts and skinny arms to mix with red bull was indeed correct. I literally wet the bottom of a glass with this stuff and can only describe as a majority of acetone with 5% blended whisky in for legal reasons to call it whisky! Literally thee worst thing I have tasted ever! Maybe it would taste nice mixed with red bull, I don't know nor do I want to! Bottle I suppose is cool and looks nice in the bin as a plus point.

  • 4
    1 January

    I got this as a Christmas present. I had trepidation at first, knowing how much ordinary Haig Blended whisky is like "paint Stripper" in has awfulness, but this was a pleasant surprise. Nice and smooth with a fruity aroma. It is not a single malt, not surprising considering it is a single grain whisky, but very palatable. It will never match the finest Glens, nor the better island whiskies, but it is an awful lot better than most blends. Shame it has a "celebrity" link, as it is so much better than that. Ignore the DB bit and as a stand alone Whisky, it is rather nice.

  • 5
    21 December 2017

    Got this unexpected as a gift. Was prepared for it to be bad but it absolutely wasn’t! Lovely whisky on its own or with ice and plenty of soda water

  • 2
    21 December 2017

    Not sure of the hype over this one. I found it offensive, but not in the usual nice Scotch way, tastes like something mixed in the prohibition era. Not a bad Scotch to mix, but not something I'd recommend neat at all. Not smokey but quite a strong aftertaste, very peaty and citrusy. If you want to drink your Whisky straight then definitely don't start with this one, go for something smoother until you're ready for a fair hit.

  • 4
    18 December 2017

    I'm a single malt drinker save have to say I really like this. It's easy to drink. Yes it's perhaps a little lighter and sweeter than other single malts but the after taste packs a little punch. I don't know why people have said it's sweet and it's terrible stuff or tasteless nonsense. Does not smell chemically. They are just being unnecessary snobs. Mixing it would be a waste, drink it neat.

  • 3
    18 December 2017

    neat or with 2 cubes of ice has a horrible chemical aftertaste , just a dash of mixer and its a pleasant spirit , but this puts it down among the blends and bourbons so over priced in that respect

  • 1
    4 December 2017

    Terrible stuff, sweet ,sickly immature rubbish, marketed for young drinkers who know no better. Had to give my bottle away after trying two drams. Real nasty stuff.

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