Weekend Chill Out

June has been ups and downs month with things moving so fast, travelling, the summer heat, oh well we always have hot and humid weather except these few months have been crazily hot and not forgetting some hiccups happened as well. That’s life journey I guess, sometimes we gain and sometimes we learn. I decided to chill, have a drink and unwind on weekend. How about you?

Simple indulgence… unwind with a glass of refreshing HAIG CLUB ™ cocktail ~ Haig Clubman, the is a new single grain scotch whisky from Diageo produced in partnership with global icon David Beckham and entrepreneur Simon Fuller.

It has aroma of butterscotch, honey and dried tropical fruits with mild pepper, Christmas spice, apple esters and light oak. Taste of rich and creamy palate that mixes sweet flavours of brioche, coconut and vanilla. 

On a second sip and after that the bourbon notes come through with toffee and the hint of vanilla giving the liquid complexity and body which carries through the smooth overall flavour delivery.

David Beckham hosts the launch of HAIG CLUB ™ London at the iconic English Heritage site Wellington Arch. 

It’s crafted at Scotland’s oldest grain distillery, Cameronbridge is as much built on tradition and heritage as it is a scotch whisky designed for our modern world in fresh clean style. HAIG CLUB ™ made those who are new to Scotch whisky and want a mixed drink or a lighter tasting spirit. Their Malaysian Influencers are Mr Bryan Loo and Ms Su Lynn.

Appearance:  Light, bright gold with a fine viscosity, suggesting freshness and sweet flavour.

Aroma:  Light creamy butterscotch or custard, with tropical fruits and citrus becoming richer and sweet with a pleasing light woody spiciness.

Taste: Icing sugar or coconut creamy sweetness, butterscotch, and a mouth-watering spiciness.  Like a tropical fruit salad with a fresh clean balance.

Finish: Smooth, short and very clean with traces of freshly sawn wood.

Bottle: the colour of the bottle pays homage to the tradition of using blue tasting glasses in the blending room to test the quality of a whisky through nose and taste alone.

Live well and drink moderately for more information about please visit www.HaigClub.com

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