Haig Club Clubman
This is a single-grain Scotch whisky, developed in partnership with global icon David Beckham. The whisky is designed to be different, stylish and modern, while incorporating the House of Haig’s almost-400-year heritage.
Haig Club Clubman is light and vibrant, with a smooth finish. It is matured in American oak casks which have previously held Bourbon. This allows the sweet single-grain Scotch whisky, from Cameronbridge Distillery, to interact with the vanilla, butterscotch and sweet toffee flavours found in the ex-Bourbon casks. The result is a smooth, sweet and enjoyable Scotch, with notes of vanilla and dried fruits.
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This rum incorporates the motif of the RedLeg hermit crab, native to the Caribbean and named for its bright legs. It captures the spirit of island culture and the laid-back attitude. This hardy little hermit crab will find its home, no matter what.
The secret to the taste of RedLeg is all in the blending; the rum is left to rest in oak barrels and infused with Jamaican ginger and vanilla spices.
A soft caramel and vanilla aroma is followed by warming ginger spice. This satisfying combination of sweet and spice creates rum with an incredibly smooth taste, plus a warming mouthfeel.
We recommend upgrading your mixer to our new Old Jamaica ginger beer for a tropical combination.
Depressed by the quality of his G&T, antiques dealer Martin Miller and two friends set out to make the very best gin they could, using only the highest-quality ingredients. Launched in 1999, this is completely handcrafted and uses traditional techniques in a two-part distillation process.
Martin Miller’s gin has received more awards than any other gin and has won the most gold and platinum medals at the big three spirits competitions (IWSC, ISC and San Francisco) in the last 10 years.
Traditional botanicals are used, and the gin is finished with a small amount of cucumber distillate. It is then blended with the world’s purest Icelandic spring water, and the citrus notes are isolated from the earthier botanicals. The water captures the volatile elements and burn, leading to a crisp, clean and smooth finish, with hints of liquorice and then that fresh cucumber.