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Drambuie

(70cl, 40%)

Drambuie

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Drambuie Bottling Note

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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Drambuie Reviews

Like Jägermeister

Sorry but I do not like this. The taste is bitter and very sweet like Jägermeister. Tastes nothing like whisky or honey. If you like Jägermeister or other bitter drams go ahead.

3rd September 2021

While

I bought a bottle to make a rusty nail drink. Unfortunately I think it has a most awful taste. It is bitter an extremely sweet, much like Jägermeister in taste. The whisky component is totally overpowered by the herb and spice component, and undetectable in the taste. It is in fact an overpriced cough sirup, about as sophisticated as coca cola. I will pour the rest of the bottle out, and forever despise anyone who expresses any form of affection towards this while concoction.

3rd September 2021

So sweet that I have added Johnny Walker

I don't think this liquor was lighter...quite strong as 40% alc and quite sweet beyond my expectation. Too sweet for me for drink the liquor as is so I have to add 2 parts of Johnny Walker in it. On the palate I can taste strong honey with spices finish and for me it quite satisfying, reminded me of Southern Comfort but as I mentioned, it way sweeter.

17th August 2021

Use Malt to make Rusty Nail

We get through 3 or 4 bottles a year, mainly as Rusty Nail, which I make up in half gallon lots with a selection of Speyside, Island & Highland malts, and most importantly, then leave to “Marry” for several months.

Don’t ruin your Rusty Nails with cheap blended whisky ! Chives Regal will do at a pinch if you don’t have time to vat-up your own mix of Malts.

6th July 2021

I wish I could afford more.

It is too sweet on its own for most people but mix it 50/50 with whisky (called Rusty Nail or Stag's Breath) and you have something I could drink all day.

17th April 2021

Light but tastes delicious

You don't get a lot of smoke or peat for a whisky liqueur and fortunately this doesn't have that bandaid flavour that some have. This has a rich slightly citric flavour and ages well, too. Love it.

8th January 2021

Massive disappointment

First time trying this liquor. Having been a huge fan of Talisker I was hoping that this liquor blended with herbs and spices together with whisky from isle of skye would bring something unique to the table. Like many other have said it tastes awful. There is barely any whisky present and the taste of herbs and spices is overwhelmed by taste of sugar. It doesn't help that it costs as twice as much as Jagger Meister and tastes twice as bad.

31st December 2020

Hit the right button.

I opened a bottle I had for over twenty the cork had perished.I had a few medium drinks ,so smooth.I decanted it and will just have to drink it in case it goes off.

28th December 2020

Bring back the old recipe!

I have been drinking this stuff, on and off, for 50 years. when, last year I opened a new bottle and took a sip, I quickly examined the lable because I thought I had picked up something else!

The taste is different and certainly not so good. Harsh. Cheap. Ordinary.
Why not stop insulting us all by insisting it hasn't changed and quietly return it to its former glory?!

14th December 2020

First class tipple for a very special occasion

My father in law unfortunately passed away recently we sat down brothers in law and myself and opened a bottle of Drambuie which had remained in his drinks cabinet for a special occasion I had not tasted this before and found as with all older people they always have a more experienced pallet than you expect what a beautiful surprise this special treat turned out to be as with the three who sampled this found it to be beautiful first time convert

7th December 2020

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