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Drambuie's secret recipe includes a blend of aged Scotch whisky, Scottish heather honey, and floral herbs & aromatic spices.
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Often regarded as either a liqueur or a whisky, it can be an ideal spirit for those wanting to explore the taste of whisky, without the harshness often associated with the whisky taste. The golden honeyed liquid is perfect enjoyed on its own, with or without ice and has a delicious lingering warmth.
Drambuie traditionally has been served after dinner as a digestif, and was drunk to aid the digestion of food. Drambuie means it complements food well and is ideal to round off the evening or to offer to guests at casual get-togethers as “a little something” extra, during, after, or instead of dessert, as Drambuie pairs well with coffee, cheese and chocolates. Drambuie also makes a great gift for a cherished one.
Drambuie is a very versatile spirit that is an ideal choice for when your entertaining guests as it can be used simply to create a range of cocktails and desserts that are easy and impressive.
In fact the lingering honeyed warmth of Drambuie is very similar in taste to a trending cocktail, the Old Fashioned; the classic recipe combines whisky, sugar and aromatic bitters, stirred vigorously with ice. Drambuie already combines all of these ingredients but the bitters are replaced with a blend of floral herbs and aromatic spices … plus it's much simpler to prepare, simply add a garnish such as a slice of orange.
Mojitos are long and refreshing highball drinks and one of the most popular cocktails. Why not try a Scottish Mojito, simply mix 50ml Drambuie, half a squeezed lemon with fresh mint, top up with lots of ice and pour over soda water.
In 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie landed on the West Coast of Scotland. Driven by fiery ambition, he was intent on reclaiming the throne of his ancestors, rallying many to his cause. Despite early victories, they were decisively defeated at the Battle of Culloden and Charlie escaped to the Isle of Skye under the protection of the MacKinnon clan. By way of thanks he gifted them the only possession he had left, the recipe to his personal elixir. They called it Drambuie, after the Gaelic'An Dram Buidheach' which means The drink that satisfies.
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