Drambuie

A few centuries ago, Scots already mixed their whisky with honey and herbs. The recipe for Drambuie, from the Clan MacKinnon of the island of Skye, also dates from that time. For a long time, this Clan made their liqueur according to their secret recipe with Whisky, heather honey, herbs and spices. The name comes from Celtic and means 'a drink that satisfies' (a dram buidheach). In 2012, the brand was acquired by William Grant, known from Glenfiddich, who of course did not change anything to the recipe.

27.95
In stock!
Contents 1.0 L / 100 CL
Alcohol % 40%
Region Scotland
Distillery Drambuie