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Drambuie 15 Year Old 70cl

(70cl, 43%)

Drambuie 15 Year Old 70cl

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Drambuie 15 Bottling Note

A new, longer-aged whisky liqueur from Drambuie. This delicious Scotch-based liqueur is made with whiskies aged for at least 15 years, and this has plenty of extra spice and flavour.

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Drambuie 15 Year Old 70cl Reviews

Looking forward to have it shipped to the US.

I Love Drambuie. I prefer to use the Drambuie 15 year whiskey to make a RustyNail. Looking forward to a solution to have this ship to the US again.

13th March 2020

Sip, relax, and enjoy

A SUPER blended whisky liqueur, not too sweet and almost perfect. Simply delicious, and this is saying something coming from a non-whisky drinker. Wish-list ? - to somehow get a copy of the secret recipe.

18th May 2018

Good quality but not for everyone (an UPDATE)

If you already have this bottle... and if you have a bottle of single malt that's a bit too intense for you - maybe it's too astringent/dry/difficult or too peaty, a few drops of this Drambuie 15 will help make it more approachable. For example I like Lagavulin 16 and other sweeter Islays, like Ardbeg Uigeadail and Corryvreckan, but Laphroaig 10 and Ardbeg 10 are a bit too peaty for me. A few drops of this liqueur make for a sweeter Islay dram and I don't feel like I'm drinking a cocktail, the peat hides the vermouth notes while the malty fruity sweetness pokes through. That would be a "Smoky Nail" variation of Rusty Nail. Of course, if you are into cocktails, you won't regret this bottle.

1st February 2018

Good quality but not for everyone. Do you like vermouth?

I like sipping spirits - especially single malt, but also cognac/armagnac, bourbon, etc. I like sweetness, but some cognacs are already too sweet to me, without even being sweetened, just from the casks. I was really excited about this liqueur because it's based on single malts and is 43%. I can taste the quality malts in it, but it's too cloying sweet (for me) to enjoy on its own. It tastes like the set of herbs and aromatics used in vermouth was instead steeped in malt whisky. It's a good vermouth-y bouquet. If you like that sort of thing, if you like vermouth-based cocktails, you will like this Drambuie. But if your idea of a cocktail is "looking at a bottle of vermouth while sipping Scotch", you might want to buy another bottle of whisky instead. I'm glad I tried it but will probably use the rest of the bottle in cooking or for guests who like cocktails.

I don't like to give low ratings just because I didn't like it - it's well made, quality stuff. But I won't give a high rating, either.

31st January 2018

Mr P

As a hardened whiskey lover liqueurs can mostly be like a tea lover who doesn't take sugar suddenly putting three in it.But this stuff as a perfect balance of allowing the aged whiskies to be appreciated and yet you still know your drinking that time
honoured secret recipe from the good old boys at Drambuie

12th April 2015

AdOrAdam

My Dad is a fan of regular Drambuie & he absolutely loves this version :-)

2nd November 2012

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