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Scotch Liqueurs

Scotch Liqueurs

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Drumgray Cream
(70cl, 17%)
A whisky cream liqueur made with single malt from the Deanston distillery, as well as fresh Scottish double cream. A very good quality cream liqueur.  More info
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$20.61
Bruadar + Hip Flask
(70cl, 22%)
Bruadar is a very good quality Scottish liqueur made with whisky, honey and sloe berries. This comes with a handsome hip flask.  More info
$35.74
Bruadar + 4 Glasses
(70cl, 22%)
A special gift pack Bruadar which comes with 4 glasses. This Scottish liqueur is made with honey, malt whisky and sloe berries.  More info
$43.76
Atholl Brose 35cl
(35cl, 35%)
One of the best whisky liqueurs on the market today, and traditionally a best-seller for Master of Malt. 35cl bottle.  More info
$22.31
One of the best whisky liqueurs on the market today, and traditionally a best-seller for Master of Malt.  More info
$42.33
Drambuie - 1970s
(35cl, 40%)
A rare bottling of Drambuie from the 1970s. The name of this whisky liqueur comes from the Scottish Gaelic for "the drink that satisfies". So there you go.  More info
$75.40
Produced in the 1950s, this is an ultra-rare and very interesting-looking Spanish liqueur (or, at least, a liqueur from a Spanish-speaking country) flavoured with chocolate and vanilla.  More info
$94.25
Banana Cream - 1970s
(35cl, 23%)
This is a banana flavoured cream liqueur produced and bottled in the 1970s.  More info
$37.70
Here is the most famous Scotch Whisky Liqueur allegedly devised by Bonny Prince Charlie on the Isle of Skye bottled in the 1970s. This is a fantastic bottle to see how the recipe has changed over the...  More info
$56.55
This liqueur is made by steeping green walnuts in high-proof alcohol and is often drunk neat as an digestif.  More info
$282.74
A very rare bottle of this Israeli chocolate orange liquer. It has a striking, bulbous bottle and although the box is damaged, it remains sealed.  More info
$75.40
Drambuie 34cl - 1980s
(34cl, 40%)
Drambuie whisky liqueur is flavoured with whisky, heather, herbs and spices, making a wonderful liqueur that never fails to not disappoint (triple negatives are confusing but fun!). This bottling...  More info
$75.40
Drambuie 1l - 1960s
(100cl, 40%)
A rare 1960s bottling of Drambuie, the famous whisky liqueur. It is produced in West Lothian and flavoured with heather, herbs and spices.  More info
$188.49
Drambuie - 1980s
(75cl, 40%)
A rare old 1980s bottling of Drambuie liqueur, a classic Scotch whisky liqueur made with heather, herbs and spices. Delicious stuff from West Lothian…  More info
Drambuie 35cl
(35cl, 40%)
A half bottle of Drambuie. The name comes from the Scotch Gaelic for "the drink that satisfies".  More info
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$23.11
Glayva - 1970s
(34cl, 40%)
Produced in the 1970s, this is a small bottle of Glayva Scotch whisky liqueur, made with tangerines, honey, spices, almonds and (of course) whisky. The bottle is closer in style to the ones that are...  More info
$75.40
A 35cl bottling of Brammle, a liqueur which is made with fresh, tasty blackberries which are steeped in lovely whisky.  More info
$25.05
Fans of the classic whisky liqueur, the unmistakable Drambuie, will be excited to see this antique bottle of the tasty drink. We believe that this rare find was produced in either the late 1970s or...  More info
$150.80
Made to celebrate the centenary of the first retail bottling of Drambuie in 1909, The Royal Legacy of 1745 is one heck of a 100th birthday present for the fabulous whisky liqueur. A blend of...  More info
Still enjoyed today, though now produced by Whyte & Mackay, Glayva Scotch Liqueur was created by Ronald Morrison in the 1940s in Leith, Edinburgh. This small bottle was made in the 1960s.  More info
$94.25
Rhubarb Rum
(50cl, 20%)
The glorious flavours vibrant, fruity British rhubarb and white rum from St. Lucia combined in one liqueur that's made in... Scotland! Obviously.  More info
$23.56
Drambuie - 1970s
(100cl, 40%)
Produced in the 1970s, this is a rare litre bottle of the classic Scotch whisky liqueur Drambuie, flavoured with whisky, heather, herbs and spices. It is made in West Lothian, Scotland, and is named...  More info
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$188.49
Made in the Lake District, The Original Lakeland Liqueur is a delicious liqueur created with caramel, whisky and butterscotch. Each bottle of this handmade liqueur is hand-filled. This stuff tastes...  More info
$33.96
The Cock O' The North is the name given to the Chief of one of the most famous clans in Scotland, the Gordons. This whisky liqueur comes from a Gordon family tradition - they used to make a mixture of...  More info
$42.77
Edinburgh might not be the first place to come to mind when you think of oranges, but for places where warming drinks like a spiced orange infused gin liqueur may be needed...

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