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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 rare old bottle of popular whisky liqueur Atholl Brose thought to date from the 1970s.
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A rare old bottling of Canadian whisky liqueur made with honey. Yukon Jack is said to the 'black sheep' of Canadian liqueurs...
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This bottling of Southern Comfort 100 Proof whiskey liqueur was produced back in the 1990s. You can still find bottles of higher-strength So-Co, though their labels have since changed...
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This is a 1960s half bottle of King Fergus Scotch Liqueur, produced by Lamb & Watt, who also produced a selection of fruit and spice-based liqueurs over the years.
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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
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 very tasty liqueur! Evan Williams Honey Reserve is based on Evan Williams bourbon and flavoured with natural, top quality honey. Delicious! More info
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
An old 75cl bottling of popular whisky-flavoured liqueur Southern Comfort probably dating from the 1970s. It's "The Grand Old Drink of the South - Made on the Banks of the Mississippi". 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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This is a half bottle of the classic American whiskey liqueur Southern Comfort. It is made to an 1874 recipe based on whiskey, peaches, herbs and spices. Very good over ice. More info
Made in the Lake District, The Original Lakeland Liqueur is a delicious liqueur created with caramel, whisky and butterscotch. Each bottle of this handmade liqueur is hand-filled. This stuff tastes… 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
Southern Comfort. Hmm. What would make that nicer? Lime? Yes. That. #NPD More info
Made to a recipe designed by Fred van Zuidam and his son Patrick, this is a delicious Dutch liqueur made with honey and whisky. More info
The latest honey flavoured whisk(e)y liqueur is from Bushmills, made with Irish whiskey and Irish honey. Mmmm. More info
A 1980s bottling of Southern Comfort, a long-running whiskey liqueur. This antique bottling features the old-style Southern Comfort label, featuring the Woodland Plantation.
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A 50cl bottling of Original Magnum Cream Liqueur, made using a combination of Dutch cream and whisky from the BenRiach distillery. It's presented in a bottle shaped like a milk churn, because when… More info
An alternative to Bailey's, this Irish cream liqueur is produced in the heart of Irish dairy country. It is blended with fresh cream and a hint of Irish whiskey. More info
A magnum bottle of Southern Comfort. This is made with bourbon and peaches, as well as other herbs and other fruits. 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
The Dubliner Irish Whiskey Liqueur sees three great flavours combined into one gorgeous liqueur - honeycomb, caramel and Irish whiskey. Plenty sweet with a touch of spice giving depth at its core. More info
A Leopold Bros. whiskey liqueur, combining the sweet, vibrant flavours of cherries from northern Michigan and their whiskey. They blend the juice and the whiskey, and then put the liqueur back into… More info
Jim Beam infused with the natural essence of Black Cherry. Quite pleasant in a liqueur-y sort of way. More info
How to make Southern Comfort more palatable? Tip a load of cherry in? Yes. Bonus. #NPD More info