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We Are Crystal palace

This exclusive whisky celebrates the passion of the Palace

Established in 1861, we played our first match the following March, we competed in the first ever FA Cup in 1871-72. We are the one of the oldest league clubs in existence still playing professional football, and founder members of both the Football Association and FA Cup.

Along our journey from The Crystal Palace, to The Nest to Selhurst Park, we’ve always played with pride.

We are the Eagles, a proud and passionate club with a loyal fan base and a rich history.


These whiskies are a tribute to our club’s history and legacy. Danny Butterfield may have scored the quickest hat-trick in Eagles history, but these fine whiskies took a little more time to mature.

CPFC 1861, a smooth and elegant Single Cask Single Malt Scotch whisky, unpeated and aged for seven years in oak barrels.

CPFC 1955, a smoky and rich Single Cask Single Malt Scotch whisky, aged for seven years in oak barrels.

Palace Blend, a premium and balanced Scotch whisky blend, lightly peated and perfect for any occasion.

South of scotland golden eagle project

The South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project aims to reinforce the small, isolated and vulnerable population of Golden Eagles in the Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway.

Through a series of translocations over a period of 5 years, the project aims to increase numbers and prevent the loss of Scotland’s National Bird from Southern Skies.

A donation of 50p from every bottle of Crystal Palace whisky will be made to the South of Scotland Golden Eagle project.

Golden Eagles have always been admired and celebrated as an essential element of native Scottish wildlife. 

A glimpse of a wild Eagle soaring high over mountain and loch is a memory to be treasured for a lifetime. 

Despite the overall increase in Eagle numbers throughout much of Scotland, this growth has not been seen in the areas south of the Central Belt. With birds from the flourishing populations in the North reluctant to move South, the small population of isolated and vulnerable Eagles in the Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway are at risk of disappearing from their native homeland in much the same way as they have from England and Wales.

The initiative has the support of Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, Roseanna Cunningham MSP, who said:

“The Golden Eagle is a truly magnificent bird and is one of Scotland’s most iconic species. This project aims to boost the population of eagles in the south of Scotland and I heartily welcome the Heritage Lottery Fund support to help achieve this. We know that the area could potentially support more than a dozen pairs of eagles, which offers tremendous opportunities for wildlife tourism and biodiversity. I’m especially pleased to see such strong partnership work to hopefully make Golden Eagles a regular sight in the skies above the South of Scotland once again.”

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