March 2019

Robert Graham 1874 might well be the oldest cigar and whisky retailers in Scotland. They are famed for their bottling and online auctions. 2019 is their 145th year of existence and they celebrate that with a huge event on July 13th.

The event will take place at the Broomhall House, a historical site in Scotland also where the Outlaw King, Robert the Bruce, once lived. And his family still lives at Broomhall House, surrounded with centuries-old art.The tickets are £ 250 and for sale on the Robert Graham website. During the event you will be able to try cigars from Davidoff, Joya de Nicaragua, Drew Estate, Balmoral, Oliva, Caldwell Cigars, La Flor Dominicana, CLE, Alec Bradley, A. Turrent, and Habanos while sipping on whisky, rum and cognac from Whyte & MacKay, Tullibardine, Douglas Laing, Adelphi, Remy Cointreau, House of McCallum and of course Robert Graham Independent Bottlers.

2 thoughts on “Robert Graham 1874 event

  1. Scott Grierson, our host, was introduced by Steve Johnson, the owner of Robert Graham 1874, who was joining us for the afternoon session. Robert Graham 1874 is an independent bottler as well as a purveyor of fine cigars and splendid whiskies. Scott works for White Mackay they started life in 1844 as whisky blenders in the Glasgow docks area, and now ‘look after’ some distilleries, although 90% of their business is still the blending.

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