Haig Club Single Grain
House of Haig // Lowlands, Scotland
Haig Club is a single grain whisky distilled at the Cameronbridge Distillery and is made from a mash bill of 90% wheat and 10% malted barley. After distillation, it is aged in a mix of first fill, refill and rejuvenated bourbon barrels for 6-7 years. Though single grain whiskies are the working horse of many blends, they are rarely bottled to shine on their own.
Single GrainDistilled from a grain or mixture of grains, usually corn, wheat, or barley from one distillery, if Scotch or Irish must be aged for at least three years in barrels.
Cask Type1st fill, refill, and rejuvenated ex bourbon
"Breakfast cereal with a dollop of honey and vanilla are the first things you'll smell with this whisky. Brown butter and dried herbs join these aromas on the mid-palate. Buttery pastries and toffee are present with a toasted barrel profile. The spice factor is on the low end and the finish is soft with a slight tang to prepare you for another sip. "
Sweet & Vanilla
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