Drambuie is a very famous whisky liqueur made with Scotch whisky, heather and herbs and spices. Produced in West Lothian, Scotland, Drambuie offers flavours such as anise, nutmeg and saffron.
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My Favourite Tipple
My friend and I enjoy a Drambuie regularly with our coffee, an excellent tipple.
16th October 2014
I have never tasted Drambuie before. That means I've lived 60 + years without knowing how good it is. Time to catch up.
11th August 2014
As mentioned already this is the perfect liqueur for whisky drinkers.
Mix 1 part to 2 parts scotch for a Rusty Nail - a simple but brilliant whisky cocktail.
4th May 2014
My first whiskey-based liquer, but...
ive seen bottles 1960 being sold for around #150 - #200
thought that might help.
22nd December 2013
Loved this when I was a kid, but I grew up and now drink Lochan Ora instead-it's WAY,WAY,WAY better-TRY IT!!!! (Glayva isn't too bad a drop either)
5th September 2013
When my husband and I were first together we sipped Drambuie on the rocks. We were sitting in a hot tub looking out the bay windows as the snow fell in the resort at Angel Fire, NM. It has been 27 years and I still enjoy this drink. Maybe one day - we can return to that same place in AF and create a new memory !
4th August 2013
Hey there! If you could put all those details into an email to our Purchasing Team, including any photos of the bottles, they will be more than happy to help! email@example.com --The Chaps at Master of Malt
29th July 2013
I have an old bottle, it was give to me by a friend who said it belonged to her dad. It has never bee n opened. The seal is in tartan and I assume that the label is very unique. Could you tell me anything about it please.
26th July 2013
@ Very Old Bottle
We do purchase bottles, casks and collections. Simply pop the details in an email to our purchasing team, including the sale price and we’ll get back to you very soon.
– The Chaps from Master of Malt
11th March 2013
Very Old Bottle
This is not a review. I have a bottle of Drambuie purchased for my father 41 years ago. It has never been opened and I would like to know how I can get an honest price for it if I decide to sell it. It is in an origional bottle for that era plus the origional labels and not opened. If anyone can answer this my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you Pat O'Brien
10th March 2013