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Whisky Liqueurs have always been very popular, and a number of distilleries have released liqueurs with a whisky base. Glenfiddich, Arran and Edradour have all released whisky liqueurs using their own single malts in the recipes.
A tasty whisky liqueur based on Arran single malt. At Whisky Magazine's World Whiskies Awards 2007 this was named "World's Best Whisky Liqueur". More info
Atholl Brose is a classic Scotch whisky liqueur made by Gordon & MacPhail. The recipe was inspired by an ancient Highland quaff, and it includes honey, select herbs and single malt whisky. More info
The cream liqueur that needs little introduction! Baileys is made with cream, Irish whiskey and cocoa, and it's very, very more-ish. This is the world's most popular liqueur. More info
The ultimate whiskey cream liqueur, Baileys is blended from cream, cocoa and Irish whiskey. This is for the 1.5 litre bottle. More info
Brammle is a very tasty whisky liqueur from Scotland, flavoured with blackberries. More info
Bruadar is a Scottish whisky liqueur flavoured with honey and sloe berries. Not overly sweet, instead it is a balanced, well-crafted liqueur. More info
Lochan Ora is a whisky liqueur made with Chivas Regal whisky and flavoured with honey and herbs. More info
A whisky liqueur from the Isle of Mull, Columba is made with honey, malt whisky and fresh cream and named for the 6th century saint, St Columbas. More info
One of the best whisky liqueurs we've ever tried! This Compass Box classic is flavoured with Sri Lankan Cloves, Indonesian Cassia bark and hand-zested Navalino oranges. Orangerie has sublime balance… More info
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. More info
Produced all the way back in the 1960s, this rare bottle of the famous Drambuie whisky liqueur has surely earned a place in your rare bottle collection.
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One of the most famous whisky liqueurs around the world, Drambuie is well known for its core of Scotch whisky, heather, herbs and spices. For the 15 year old expression, they use whisky which has… More info
A rare old bottle of popular whisky liqueur Atholl Brose thought to date from the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Combining warming cinnamon and the ol' firewater (AKA - whiskey), the Early Times distillers in Kentucky created their Fire Eater Liqueur. Pleasantly hot and sweet, this would be very well in a… More info
First launched for the US market in late 2010, Evan Williams Cherry Reserve is a superb addition to their liqueur range (which also contains the superb Honey variant). This stuff is based on the… More info
A very tasty liqueur! Evan Williams Honey Reserve is based on Evan Williams bourbon and flavoured with natural, top quality honey. Delicious! More info
Ah, the cinnamon flavour American whisky offering. Clearly people simply love cinnamon - it's up there with honey and cherry as one of the most popular flavoured variants. This one's from the Ezra… More info
A great Feckin spiced whiskey from Ireland. This is the first ever spiced Irish whiskey, made with a selection of spices and vanilla. Very good indeed - particularly in a Feckin Irish coffee. More info
Fireball is a fiery and delicious liqueur made with Canadian whisky and cinnamon. Loads of complexity, and it was awarded 87 points by the Beverage Testing Institute of Chicago. More info
A spiced Irish whiskey liqueur that takes it's name from the great whiskey fire of 1875 when thousands of barrels ignited the the Liberties in Dublin, flowing into the streets. It's said that it was… More info
Fraiser Liqueur is a combination of whisky and wild strawberries, created by John Smith (who was previously Head Blender at Glenmorangie). More info
A very popular Scotch whisky liqueur, Glayva is flavoured with honey, almonds, tangerines and spices. The name derives from the Gaelic for "very good". The liqueur is of such merit that it won the… More info
This is a rather handsome bottling of Glayva Scotch Whisky Liqueur, produced in the 1970s. The brand is now owned by Whyte & MacKay, but back in the day it was produced by Ronald Morrison & Company. More info
A 50cl bottle of Glayva, heralded as "the best liqueur in the world". It is made with tangerines, Scotch whisky, almonds, honey and spices. More info
This cream liqueur was first made in 1980. Heather Cream is made with fresh double cream and single malt Scotch whisky, single malt from Balblair no less! More info