Is Haig Club whisky any good?

Overall: Approachable, adaptable, good mouthfeel (I chucked some ice in afterwards and the texture was great). A hugely accessible whisky with tasty spice, toffee and, with the ice now, increasingly some tropical fruit notes too.

How much is Haig?

Haig Club Clubman Single Grain Scotch Whisky, 70cl

RRP: £25.00
Price: £16.00 (£22.86 / l)
You Save: £9.00 (36%)

Does Beckham own Haig Club?

Haig Club Clubman, the single grain Scotch co-owned by David Beckham and Diageo, has been named as the official whisky of football club Inter Miami. Major League Soccer’s newest club, Inter Miami is part-owned by Beckham.

What alcohol is Haig Club?

Scotch Whisky
Haig Club Clubman is a modern and stylish Single Grain Scotch Whisky developed in partnership between Diageo and global icon David Beckham and British entrepreneur Simon Fuller.

Is Haig Club whisky a single malt?

Single grain whisky is characterised by whisky produced in one distillery from a variety of unmalted cereal grains. Haig Club is a single grain whisky.

Can you drink Haig Clubman neat?

Perfect with tonic and orange. Haig Club Clubman is delicious neat, or on the rocks, although the way we recommend to taste it is with tonic and orange.

Does Beckham drink whiskey?

David Beckham’s Favorite Miami Restaurants, New Whiskey, and First Inter Miami CF Home Game. When he’s not drinking a Cuban coffee, David Beckham is drinking his own Scotch.

How do you drink Haig Club whiskey?

  1. Whisky with water. Drop a dash or splash of water into your whisky to unlock new flavours.
  2. Whisky mixers. Mix your whisky with Haig Club favourites like ginger ale or cola for a simple and refreshing highball.
  3. Whisky on the rocks with a twist. This is whisky poured over some ice with a small piece of lemon or lime peel.

Is Single Malt better than blended?

Single malt whiskey has grown a reputation for being a higher quality spirit than blends. This has led to a misconception that they are also smoother and more flavorful. That malted barley form of whiskey, aged for years in an oak barrel, produces that classic Scottish single malt scotch.