The beautiful, elegantly antiquated bottle of the Haig Gold Label contains a Scottish blend, which can look back on a long tradition. The name Haig goes back to a clergyman who fell into a quarrel with the church authorities towards the middle of the 17th century, because It had dared to burn whiskey on his rest day. This documentary record is nothing less than the oldest known mention of how someone makes whiskey. The Haig family remained loyal to whiskey for many generations, operating distilleries in Scotland, England and Ireland. In 1824, the married John Haig made Grain Whiskey for the first time, and his cousin Robert Stein invented what is today known as blending. No doubt whiskey would not be without the Haig family, what It is today. And so the Haig Gold Label is a great blend, not only for its sturdy, sweet, velvety-soft and slightly peaty flavor, but also for its glorious heritage. The Haig Gold Label is a Scottish blend that makes you want more after the first sip. The taste is traditional-conservative. Powerful and peaty, but at the same time velvety and sweet. 88/100 pkt. Jim Murray’s Whiskey Bible 2010 The Haig Gold Label whiskey is a Scottish Blend. Since 1655 is the family-owned John Haig Company. It is also known that the company since 1824 officially produces whiskey. The Haig Gold Label consists of different whiskeys, of which about half are single malts. When serving the Haig Gold Label provides a pleasantly sweet flavor with soft hints of peat, coffee and oak. On the palate it shows a complex aroma. Also one perceives the sweetness of honey and malt facets of smoke, oak and peat. A total of gentle, mild and balanced whiskey that stimulates the senses. The finish is of medium length. Here all the flavors caress again the palate before the Haig Gold Label passed gently. Neat or on the rocks it is a poem.
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