A very popular liqueur first made in 1874. Southern Comfort is made with whiskey, peaches, herbs and spices. More info
Southern Comfort bottled in the 1970s. This should taste significantly different from today's offering, not least because it was bottled at a much higher abv back then; 40% abv compared to 35% abv… More info
A magnum bottle of Southern Comfort. This is made with bourbon and peaches, as well as other herbs and other fruits. More info
A 1980s bottling of popular whiskey liqueur Southern Comfort made with peaches, spices and herbs. At 43%, it is significantly stronger than today's 35% incarnation. More info
This is a half bottle of the classic American whiskey liqueur Southern Comfort. It is made to an 1874 recipe based on whiskey, peaches, herbs and spices. Very good over ice. More info
How to make Southern Comfort more palatable? Tip a load of cherry in? Yes. Bonus. #NPD More info
Southern Comfort. Hmm. What would make that nicer? Lime? Yes. That. #NPD More info
A rare set from the early 1990s including a 70cl bottle of Southern Comfort and a glass tumbler in original packaging. More info
A very, very old bottling of Southern Comfort, bottled at 44% (much higher than the standard 35% of today's SoCo), and in a 75cl bottle. A must have for collectors of such things. More info
A very rare antique bottle of Southern Comfort, a classic American whiskey liqueur. This bottled was produced in 1946. That's right, it's over 60 years old! It's had a few bumps and scrapes to the… More info
A 100 Proof bottling of Southern Comfort liqueur from the 1960s! More info
We believe this rare, collectible bottle of Southern Comfort whiskey liqueur, was produced in 1972 or 1973 and bottled for the British market. It's still very popular over here, too! More info
A 1980s bottling of Southern Comfort, a long-running whiskey liqueur. This antique bottling features the old-style Southern Comfort label, featuring the Woodland Plantation.
This bottle was part… More info
Hey look, it's even more So-Co from the '8-0s. This one comes with the original box. More info
1984! A year that will forever carry grim resonance throughout the English-speaking world. Yes, Tommy Cooper you are sorely missed. Cheer yourself up with this 27-year-old bottle of Southern Comfort.… More info
An old bottling of the popular Southern Comfort liqueur, thought to have been bottled after 1999.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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This is a higher strength version of the classic Southern Comfort liqueur, perfect for enjoying over ice or in a mixed drink. More info
This bottling of Southern Comfort 100 Proof whiskey liqueur was produced back in the 1990s. You can still find bottles of higher-strength So-Co, though their labels have since changed...
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A 1960s bottling of classic Southern Comfort New Orleans liqueur. More info
This is a bottle of Southern Comfort liqueur, which we think was produced in the 1990s. What's more, this ain't no 70cl bottle, oh no - this is a 1 litre bottling. Pretty swish. More info
A classic bottle of Southern Comfort from the heady days of 1992. 100cl of the adored whiskey liqueur, made with whiskey (obviously), peaches, herbs and spices. A cool collectible. More info
A 1 litre bottling of Southern Comfort whiskey liqueur, which we believe to have been produced in the early 1980s. It was bottled at 100 proof (AKA 50% ABV), a higher proof than how it was bottled at… More info
Southern Comfort bottled in the 1970s. This should taste significantly different from today's offering, not least because it was bottled at a much higher abv back then; 43% abv compared to 35% abv… More info
So'-Co' from the 8-0s! We say that almost every time we get one of these antique bottles of Southern Comfort in, and why break with tradition now, eh? This is a half bottle of the well-loved American… More info
Here we have another rare bottle of So'-Co' from the '8-0s! This one holds 37.5cl of the sweet American whiskey liqueur, and features its old style of label, a mainstay of the brand until the 2010s. More info