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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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Both my wife and I love Drambuie. We are both disabled and the design of the new bottle is awful. We find it difficult to get open as they have changed it to a cork. The other bottle was far easier to open. We find, eventually when you do manage to get it open, and pour a drink, Drambuie drips down the side of the bottle. We are putting this down to the new design of the bottle and I believe this is a replica of the first Drambuie bottle. Drambuie should go back to the previous bottle. I did contact the people who make Drambuie to let them know the problems with the new bottle we have been experiencing but no reply.Yours Sincerely, Mr John Keenan.
5th February 2017
Compared side by side, our previous bottle was the perfect, iconic, unique drink. The new one - syrupy sweet and not a patch on the other. Will never buy it again. Drambiue used to be a lot more special
9th December 2016
Why show such contempt towards your drinkers
3rd December 2016
New label, new bottle, ? Traditional stopper (mimicking 1960's) - quality poor, thin, too sweet. I worked in Easter Road, Edinburgh Drambuie bottling plant a very long time ago and developed a taste for beautiful full flavoured drink. I do not recognise this new product, trying to purchase as many of clear screw-top bottles as possible!
24th November 2016
Having enjoyed Drambuie and occasionally Glayva as an after dinner tipple for many years, I stopped for a while due to my new wife being a non drinker, anyway, last week I saw Drambuie in the shop and thought I'd buy a bottle., hesitantly though, as it looked cheap in its clear glass bottle, and of course, this once premium drink has been cheapened. The whisky was harsh and rough, and the sweetness was less and the taste of honey was almost gone. Disgusting in fact. How can this drink be sold as a premium product ? when it no longer such, sorry for the blurb, I just hate being ripped off. Still there is always Glayva to look forward to.
11th October 2016
Sweet syrupy lovely, unlike anything else. I have also tried the 15 year old a lot less sweet but prefer the original on ice , tastes of honey and orange peel .
29th September 2016
I have tried the new recipe and it doesn't do much for me. I wanted to buy the original flavour ie approx 30 years ago but I cant find it on the shelves anywhere. The liquid used to be clear and was to die for. I notice I am not the only one that thinks this and it appears that it would be a good idea to market it as well. I know a lot of people who won't buy the new recipe but would if the old recipe came back on the market, sadly I am one.
28th July 2016
There is nothing better than sharing a dram after a days skiing. The warmth that the drink exudes as it imparts its unique blend of herbs is always worthy as an apres dinner or just of the piste social drink. Savour the flavours and let it course through your body and you can always reflect knowingly that it was worth it.
27th January 2016
I also noticed that Drambuie has tasted different since about the time of the change to the clear bottle. Don't know what the change was, but I suspect some of the honey has become corn syrup.
1st December 2015
The drink is not the same as it was. Why change the winning team? If it aint broke..etcQuite simply, you got it wrong.
19th October 2015
I'm not a big drinker but always loved drambuie with my after dinner coffee. Several years ago I bought a bottle & the taste was a little off and the consistency was not the silky smooth syrup I remembered. I ended up throwing it out some time later. Last I at week I talked myself into buying another bottle. Convinced my original bottle might have been opened too long. Expensive mistake. Now I have another bottle to discard. At least now I know.
2nd September 2015
Been drinking Dram for about 40 years. Too bad the new formula is not like the old. In fact I find it very weak and a poor substitute. Recently I was lucky enough to score six vintage unopened bottles at an estate sale. Talk about hitting the lottery ! Would love to hang on to them but don't think it will happen. Enjoy.
22nd May 2015
Your commercial for Drambuie is the worst. I don't drink much anymore; love Heinikin and Grand Marnier with Baileys. That's about itDeb in US
1st January 2015
where i can find it in france
10th December 2014
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
ive seen bottles 1960 being sold for around #150 - #200thought 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! firstname.lastname@example.org --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
Hi Pat,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 email@example.com– The Chaps from Master of Malt
11th March 2013
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
My favorite dram, just WISH they would go back to the old style bottle, this new one is awful!!
20th December 2012
24th September 2012
Blend a little with your whisky dram for the worlds greatest cocktail, the rusty nail. Awesome.
14th June 2012