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A single malt whisky liqueur from Scotland, this is flavoured with ginger and honey. Very spicy and rich.
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We have just returned from holidaying in Glencoe and disapointed we were unable to find Ginger Tam anywhere. Where can it be purchased now please?
19th November 2016
I purchased a bottle of Ginger Tam's while travelling in Scotland and brought it back with me to Australia. Sadly I am having difficulty in purchasing some more as I love love love it. Wish I could buy it here in Oz
25th August 2016
Perfect addition to a lemon tea in the winter. It's also my winter cold cure!
10th December 2015
Awesome combination of components!
14th September 2015
The best cure ever for the common cold. Wish it came in full size bottles!
20th May 2015
Got this recently at a whiskey tasting in Edinburgh. Such a lovely brew. Certainly warms your insides, but beautiful flavour- like liquid cake
2nd October 2013
Recently handed some of this wonderful whiskey round in my hip flask at a wedding and everyone liked it.One or two people said that they didn't like it and then after about 10 secs then say oh it leaves such a nice after taste. Low and behold they wanted another swig !!!
10th September 2012
Couldn't get any Ginger Tam this summer!!! I usually buy a bottle to keep in the cupboard for really cold winter nightsn when I come in from "seeing" to our ponies. Onb those nights that have frozen you to the marrow there is nothing like a nip of Ginger Tam. It warms you from scalp to toe nails.
7th December 2010