Haig Club Clubman Scotch Whisky 1 Litre - £20 @ Asda
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Haig Club Clubman Scotch Whisky 1 Litre - £20 @ Asda

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Haig Club Clubman Scotch Whisky 1 Litre - £20 @ Asda
Posted 16th Jun 2021
Very cheap for 1 Litre - ordered myself from Asda online as part of a weekly shop thinking it wouldnt turn up - It did! £35 in Tesco!


Features
The launch of Haig Club Clubman points to an exciting new direction in Scotch. Notes of vanilla and dried fruits result in a light, sweet and vibrant taste with a smooth, clean finish. A modern and stylish single grain Scotch whisky rooted in the authenticity of the House of Haig. Matured exclusively in ex-bourbon American oak casks.
Product Information
Haig Club Clubman is a modern and stylish single grain Scotch whisky matured exclusively in bourbon casks
Clubman and Cola: the sweet, vanilla flavour of the Scotch combines perfectly with the sweet caramel of cola
Distilled at Cameronbridge Distillery, founded in 1824 by John Haig, Haig Club Clubman is matured exclusively in fresh, bourbon casks creating a Scotch whisky which is sweet, light and easy to drink
Haig Club Clubman is the ideal introduction to whisky with its lighter and subtle flavour. It mixes perfectly with cola to make a delicious long, mixed drink

Haig Club Clubman is a modern and stylish single grain Scotch whisky developed in partnership with global icon David Beckham and British entrepreneur Simon Fuller. Distilled at Cameronbridge Distillery, founded in 1824 by John Haig, Haig Club Clubman is matured exclusively in fresh bourbon casks which give a layer of wonderful sweet, vanilla and coconut flavour to the Scotch. This combines perfectly when mixed with the sweet caramel of cola, creating an enjoyable drink which is refreshing in taste and perfect in its simplicity. In addition to being lighter and more subtle in flavour, Clubman also mixes very well indeed, sitting in perfect harmony with other cocktail ingredients. Try Haig Club Clubman and cola for a delicious, long mixed drink.
Please drink responsibly; visit Drinkaware for more advice.
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