Hamish Robertson and Company Profile

An early brand for Glasgow-based blender Hamish Robertson and Company was Consulate blended Scotch whisky, available in no-age-statement, five-year-old and 21-year-old expressions. Also produced by the firm was King’s Crown, a brand targeted at the Italian market.

The company’s only surviving brand is blended Scotch Highland Reserve, now part of Quality Spirit International’s export portfolio, which is available as a three- and 12-year-old blend, and as a 12-year-old blended malt.

Hamish Robertson and Company History

Hamish Robertson & Company Ltd. was founded in Glasgow in 1970. While the company no longer trades, the name is used by Quality Spirits International (owned by William Grant & Sons) on bottlings of Highland Reserve, a brand that was resurrected in 2010.

Distilleries & Brands

See also

  • Kintocher Whisky Co Kintocher Whisky Co Kintocher Whisky Co Blender

    Kintocher Whisky Co

    Owner of a variety of export Scotch brands and a subsidiary of Acredyke Whisky Ltd.

  • Seven Eleven Seven Eleven Seven Eleven Brand

    Seven Eleven

    Scotch blend created for the Italian market by the Tanist Bonding Company of Glasgow.

  • R Thorne and Sons R Thorne and Sons R Thorne and Sons Blender

    R Thorne and Sons

    Long-lost distiller and blender that operated out of Greenock, London and Dublin.

  • Campbell's of Elgin Campbell's of Elgin Campbell's of Elgin Brand

    Campbell's of Elgin

    An old blend from Edinburgh brewer and bottler Campbell, Hope & King.

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