Clan Campbell is a whisky born and bred in Scotland, a country renowned for the purity of its water, and is blended from the finest grain and malt whiskies. Made in the Highlands, it ages for at least three years in oak casks. Today, the brand is the leading premium whisky in France.
History and know-how
Since the middle ages, the Clan Campbell, with its roots in the North of Scotland, has been the greatest of the clans. In 1266, Sir Colin Campbell proved himself the King of Scotland’s mightiest champion when facing the English invader. From that time onwards, the Duke of Argyll, chief of the Clan Campbell, has carried the title of “MacCailein Mor”, or son of the Great Colin.
The brand has been marketed in France since 1984.
Range and Tasting
Clan Campbell is sold in a variety of formats, from the 2cl miniature up to the 4.5L. It can be enjoyed neat, with water or over ice, but is also served in cocktails with cordials or mixers.