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Drambuie Whisky Liqueur

(70cl, 40%)


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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.

Drambuie has a long history dating back to the 18th century when it was first created in Scotland.

Drambuie is often enjoyed neat or on the rocks, but can also be used in cocktails. It is a versatile liqueur that can be enjoyed in many ways.

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Drambuie Reviews

If you don’t like sweet liqueurs try something else.

My usual tipple is a quadruple shot of Drambuie, no mixers or ice.
A beautifully blended liqueur with hints of herbs & spices that’s extremely palatable & a bit too moreish!
I’ve tried Jägermeister &, to me, these 2 drinks are nothing alike.

22nd November 2022

As superb as it it ever was!

I have been drinking this gorgeous nectar for over 40 years. Nothing beats it, and as for the reviews comparing it to Jagmeister should visit their Doctor immediately for taste bud tests. It is designed to be nursed in front of a roaring winter fire after a superb dinner.

31st October 2022

Pure nectar

Drambuie iced coffee, 50ml Drambuie 50 ml milk 60 ml espresso, is there a better coffee cocktail ?. Have to but a bottle of this nectar and a back up bottle. It's absolutely gorgeous. Used to love a ice cold guiness and a Drambuie chaser as well. I like glayva as well but Drambuie has the edge over it for me. I'll never not have a bottle of this in my cabinet.

19th September 2022

Sweet honey heaven

A taste of sweet honey heaven from the Isle of Skye. Great straight with a hot strong coffee or over ice at the end of a hot day in the office.

18th September 2022


Love it! If you want to drink it straight then you have to have a sweet tooth. I usually have it on ice, but my friend introduced it to me with 1/3 added Jameson Irish whiskey and I was in heaven!!

Ignore those very low ratings - they are an insult to a gorgeous liquor.

7th August 2022

Superb liqueur x

Drambuie is mothers milk to me. I can never afford a large bottle so miniature is my 'go to' can't bloody find any!! So, to find it at $40+ is amazing!!! Bring it on. Love it!!

4th August 2022

Beautifully smooth drink

Drambuie on ice is a delicately smooth and satisfying drink. Not as harsh as whisky and best drunk alone with ice.....

2nd August 2022

It ain’t whisky, it is a liqueur-supposed to be sweet

Marvellous. But it is a whisky based liqueur, it is NOT a whisky.As GrandMarnier is a brandy based liqueur, not a brandy.

It is sweet, too sweet for me, so I add good malt whisky 50/50 and ideally leave it to mature for some weeks.

12th April 2022

Rusty Nails - FTW

some of the neg reviews on here clearly don't understand what this is for, it's not something cheap to drink on it's own, it's something that takes great care and time to produce, but is best used in a rusty nail

12th March 2022

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

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