Haig Gold Label Blended Whisky Valuations

 

Do you want to know the value of your bottle of Haig Gold Label whisky?

Haig Gold Label is a type of blended whisky, read on to find out how much it is worth.

The Value & Sale of Haig Gold Label Whisky

Haig Gold Label Whisky is an iconic whisky made by John Haig & Co Ltd. Haig are one of the historic names in the Scottish Whisky Industry, with connections to distilling back to the early 18th century.

The modern Haig distillery as we know it today began distilling in the early 19th century and also produced the iconic Dimple whisky. Haig Gold Label was a popular, easy-drinking blend of malt and grain whisky right through to the 1970s.

A 1930s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £150
A 1930s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £150
A 1960s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £50
A 1960s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £50

How much is your Haig Gold Label whisky worth?

Despite their popularity with drinkers, bottles of blended whisky and grain whisky simply do not command the same prices as their single malt counterpart. Blended whisky does not have the same market for collectors, largely due to the fact that they are by their nature mass produced, and as such are relatively easy to get hold of.

Saying that, the popularity of Haig Gold Label declined in the second half of the 20th Century and has since been discontinued. Despite the fact that it has been discontinued it is still relatively easy to get hold of in specialist whisky auctions.

  • The oldest bottles of 1930s-1950s Haig Gold Label sell at auction for around £100 – £170.
  • Anything from the 1960s onward is worth less than £40.

If you have a bottle of Haig Gold Label we would suggest cracking it open with some friends and enjoying it as the smooth everyday whisky that it was designed to be. If you are still interested in selling your bottle of Haig Gold Label we would suggest using a specialist online auction as we do not have buyers for this whisky.

Do you want to know the value of your bottle of Haig Gold Label whisky?

Haig Gold Label is a type of blended whisky, read on to find out how much it is worth.

The Value & Sale of Haig Gold Label Whisky

Haig Gold Label Whisky is an iconic whisky made by John Haig & Co Ltd. Haig are one of the historic names in the Scottish Whisky Industry, with connections to distilling back to the early 18th century.

The modern Haig distillery as we know it today began distilling in the early 19th century and also produced the iconic Dimple whisky. Haig Gold Label was a popular, easy-drinking blend of malt and grain whisky right through to the 1970s.

A 1930s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £150
A 1930s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £150
A 1960s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £50
A 1960s bottle of Haig Gold Label, worth less than £50

How much is your Haig Gold Label whisky worth?

Despite their popularity with drinkers, bottles of blended whisky and grain whisky simply do not command the same prices as their single malt counterpart. Blended whisky does not have the same market for collectors, largely due to the fact that they are by their nature mass produced, and as such are relatively easy to get hold of.

Saying that, the popularity of Haig Gold Label declined in the second half of the 20th Century and has since been discontinued. Despite the fact that it has been discontinued it is still relatively easy to get hold of in specialist whisky auctions.

  • The oldest bottles of 1930s-1950s Haig Gold Label sell at auction for around £100 – £170.
  • Anything from the 1960s onward is worth less than £40.

If you have a bottle of Haig Gold Label we would suggest cracking it open with some friends and enjoying it as the smooth everyday whisky that it was designed to be. If you are still interested in selling your bottle of Haig Gold Label we would suggest using a specialist online auction as we do not have buyers for this whisky.