Stewart's Cream Of The Barley

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Stewart's Cream Of The Barley
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A world famous blend with a heritage stretching back to its initial production in 1831.


Stewart's Cream Of The Barley Reviews

14 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    1 December 2017

    Is this brand discontinued? If so what a shame. I have one unopened bottle left and will try to find another to stock up

  • 5
    18 November 2017

    By far my favourite blend, preferable to many single malts I have tried. Only disappointed it's a bit more difficult to get off the shelves nowadays.

  • 5
    8 October 2016

    I love it as a normal whisky its the best some like bells teachers can be a bit harsh bit this is so smooth definitely worth a try but getting hard to find in supermarket.

  • 4
    7 March 2015

    this whisky is my favourite blend of all, a lot more to it than other blends such as bell''s, teachers and famous grouse. I recommend buy a bottle and savour. Also a bottle filled with history and comes in a unique bottle. A whisky that stands with the single malts on my shelf

  • 5
    17 December 2014

    Why do I like this product? First of all, Sir John Stewart was my mother''s uncle and there was a unique taste to this whisky. Sir John dies many years ago, circa 1927 (thinks) but his widow ETHEL BAILLIE FRASER/STEWART died in 1990. I, along with an uncle were tasked with clearing the home of the above mentioned Ethel Stewart and I have a number of products (knives, pencils a mint condition pocket watch and other items) which were used to promote the whisky many years ago. To the best of my knowledge production of the whisky ceased circa 2001 when the firm was bought over and there was word that production might resume after 2001. I cannot confirm this though. I really liked the odd shaped bottle. Anyway, if anyone has a bottle of this, unopened, I would consider purchasing same. Interestingly enough, the Sir John Stewart referred to was the great grandfather of two former NZ ''All Blacks'', Robbie and Bruce Deans. Robbie was coach to the Australian National Rugby team until April, 2013. Either could have played for the Scottish team due to their Scottish connection as aforesaid. I bet not many persons who read this were aware of this.

  • 5
    18 October 2014

    surprised this is not on more shelves in shops etc, lovely whisky that I treat myself too on those cold nights. My favourite whisky no doubt

  • Anonymous 20 February 2014

    a lovely whiskey but very hard to find these days

  • Kevie 25 October 2013

    One of the best blends IMHO, leaves the likes of Bells, Grouse, White & Mackay and Teachers in the distance. It has a bad reputation, but this is unjustified. Seems to be a bit more difficult to get these days. A good Scotch, not a fine malt, but it doesn't claim to be. A nice dram :)

  • TWE Admin 30 August 2011

    Well, we do ship to the US...

  • bub 30 August 2011

    given the choice this is the one i like most unfortunatly i cannot find it in the usa any suggestions

  • rogerbodger_123 26 May 2011

    great flavours, but burns your throat and belly a little too much for my taste.

  • richward46 04/06/2011 USA 7 April 2011

    I had a bottle of Stewarts that my Father bought for his wedding in 1943. I opened it for my 65th birthday. Unfortunately it tasted like water but it's a great story. The aprty we had was great also!

  • matt13 13 October 2009

    This was the whisky that got me hooked. It seems hard to get hold of now. Easy to drink and far preferable to the usual Bell's, Teachers etc

  • ARealScot 7 August 2009

    One of the first Whiskys I enjoyed, when I was young and drinking Whisky to put myself into a coma.I haven't drunk it in a while. But from memory it is creamy and sour tasting. It's not too sophisticated, if you know what I mean.