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Drambuie Scotch Whisky Liqueur 70cl



Drambuie is a special whisky liqueur. It’s a mix of aged Scotch whisky, heather honey, and aromatic herbs & spices.

It’s the oldest British whisky liqueur brand, and it all started with a secret recipe made for Bonnie Prince Charlie by his Royal Apothecary in the 18th Century. Legend has it that after the Battle of Culloden, he gave this elixir to a Scottish clan on the Isle of Skye as a thank you for their kindness while he waited to go home safely.

The name Drambuie comes from Scots Gaelic, ‘An Dram Buidheach’, and it means “The Drink that Satisfies”.

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Drambuie is a sweet, golden-colored liqueur that is made from a blend of aged Scotch whisky, honey, herbs, and spices. The name “Drambuie” is derived from the Gaelic phrase “an dram buidheach,” which means “the drink that satisfies.”

The recipe for Drambuie dates back to the 18th century, when it was allegedly created by the MacKinnon clan of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. According to legend, the recipe was given to the clan by Bonnie Prince Charlie as a reward for their support during the Jacobite rebellion.

Drambuie has a complex and aromatic flavor profile, with notes of honey, herbs, spices, and whisky. It is often served as a digestif or after-dinner drink, and can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in a variety of cocktails.

In addition to its use as a beverage, Drambuie has also been used as a flavoring agent in cooking and baking. It is sometimes added to desserts, such as cheesecake or bread pudding, to give them a unique and complex flavor.

Overall, Drambuie is a well-known and popular liqueur with a long and storied history in Scottish culture. Its distinctive flavor and versatility make it a favorite of bartenders and mixologists around the world.

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