John Haig Gold Label Blended Scotch Whisky
We believe this was bottle in the late 1930s to early 1940s. Royal Warrant reads " By Appointment to the late King George V". No strength or capacity stated on the bottle. the bottle probably has a 26 2/3 fl. ozs., 70° Proof capacity and strength.
A truly historic brand of blended Scotch whisky. John Haig set up the Kilbagie distillery in the 18th century, although his family were noted distillers some time before that (his great-great-grandfather was busted in 1655 for distilling on the Sabbath). His grandson (also called John) founded the Cameronbridge grain distillery in 1824, while later noted members of the Haig clan include WWI Field Marshal Douglas Haig, who was so magnificently lampooned by St. Stephen Fry in Blackadder Goes Forth.
Please note - Condition of labels and fill level.
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