Teacher's Highland Cream

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Teacher's Highland Cream
Web Exclusive Price £17.75 £14.79 ex VAT (£25.36 per litre)
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'Big, rounded, smooth. Full of crunchy maltiness. To drink this whisky is like biting into peanut brittle. Then toffee. Then liquorice flavours. 8.5/10' Michael Jackson, Whisky Magazine April 2000

Teacher's Highland Cream Reviews

68 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    1 October

    Smoothest blended whisky you can buy in my opinion, great on its own or in a 'rusty nail'! Superb value for money hence the 5 x stars.

  • 5
    18 September

    Like a good single malt !

  • 5
    5 September

    Smooth fine and very pleasing

  • 5
    4 September

    I've been a Teacher's fan for over 40 years. Smooth and good value !

  • 5
    25 August

    Like it a lot. @Carol Smart Renk it's back in Pennsylvania for now.

  • 5
    19 August

    Loved it in 60's Can't buy in Pennsylvania anymore, Sadly,

  • 4
    11 August

    Love it. Just a touch of peat and so nice on the rocks with or without a bit of San Pelegr?no.

  • 4
    2 August

    the least expensive scotch I've found to drink neat or on the rocks-

  • 5
    3 July

    I love Teacher's Highland Cream with its malt from Ardmore. While I have friends who will only drink single malts, I find Teacher's to be a great scotch at a very reasonable price.

  • 5
    17 June

    Spirit appeared to be of slightly higher viscosity, looks beautiful in bottle or glass. Barely recognizable smell of smoke and honey, toffee. Doesn't fill room with it's aroma as there is barely any smell. Tastes again honey/toffee/caramel. But what made me write a review is the texture it gives in mouth, liquid cover's the tongue with a silky smooth texture like no other spirit. After taste doesn't last long but qualifies as sipping if fond of it silky texture. I recommend enjoying it sipping neat as even a tiny bit of water flattened it's taste.

  • 4
    3 June

    It does have a honey overtone but for the price this is a great everyday scotch over ice. I even prefer this over JW Double Black. Some Scotch needs to be straight up but this is good with a mix or just over ice and you are not breaking the scotch God rules. For the price, can't be beat!

  • 4
    31 May

    Best value for the money. Not as peaty as Laphroaig 10, but it's a fraction of the price. It's well balanced with some nice honey and pear notes, too. Just buy some; you won't be disappointed.

  • 5
    29 April

    It's a great four star whiskey but I am giving or five stars for price performance. Regularly $14 a bottle in the states.

  • 5
    27 April

    Nice Scotch if you can get it And I can't get it though I've tried

  • 4
    17 April

    This isn't a five-star whisky. It's a value-priced blended whiskey with artificial coloring. That said, it's the best value-priced blended whiskey on the market. The bottle (as well as most reviewers) tend to overstate the whisky's peatiness; smoke is basically nonexistent on the nose, and it only flutters in faint whisps of iodine and salt water on the palate. The overwhelming majority of the flavor is honey, followed somewhat distantly by malt. The finish isn't perfectly smooth, but it's smoother than any other whiskey at its price point. I taste none of the rancid, artificial notes you often get with bargain scotch. Overall, it tastes like an improved, less citrusy version of Famous Grouse, like Black Grouse but cheaper and with the faintest hint of smoke.

  • 5
    4 April

    Love the flavour of peat in this. Got to be the best value blend on the market now. Didn't much like it before but the blenders done a heck of a good job here.

  • 2
    28 March

    Don't care for the peaty flavor why the change?

  • 3
    7 January

    Although I have always enjoyed Teachers I do not like the recent changes which have peaty/smokey overtones. I now drink one of the other blended whiskies.

  • 4
    30 December 2016

    I first had Teacher's 56 years ago and have chosen it ever since. Goods value for the money, Not ostentatious or flashy, just a good whisky bottle after bottle.

  • 4
    25 November 2016

    Today's Teacher's is not the same as the first bottle I bought in 1968, but neither am I. It is less peaty and smoother, perhaps it has become sweeter as well. Still a good blended scotch for mixing with soda and drinking with ice, for the money.

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