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Old Pulteney Stroma
This fine liqueur is a careful blend of award winning malt whiskies from the Old Pulteney Distillery in Wick.
Stroma is smooth, sweet tasting and warming, and like the island itself, Stroma is packed full of robust and rugged undertones.
Orangerie is made from smooth, sweet Scotch whisky infused with the hand-zested peel of Navalino oranges and subtle accents of Indonesia cassia bark and Sri Lankan cloves
Stags Breath a blend including fine Speyside whiskies and fermented heather honey-comb,
Wallace a single malt whisky liqueur made with Deanston whisky and berries and herbs.
William Shakespear This recipe harks back to Shakespeare's day when whisky was mixed with oranges and caramel. This gives the liqueur a unique tangy flavour while retaining the smooth, silky taste of caramel
Irish Whiskey Liqueurs
Irish Cream is a cream liqueur based on Irish whiskey, cream, and other ingredients such as coffee, which can be served on its own or used in mixed drinks or as part of a shot or a whole shot.
Irish cream typically has between 15 to 20% alcohol by volume (ABV). Some notable brands of Irish cream are Baileys, Carolans and Saint Brendan's.
Bushmills Honey Bushmills irish Whiskey with honey plus other natural flavours
Eblana combines Irish whiskey with undisclosed ingredients, with flavours of coffee, honey, almond, peanut
Irish Mist was the first liqueur to be produced in Ireland when production started in 1947 at Tullamore, County Offaly, Irish Whiskey, honey and aromatic spices taken from an ancient recipe for heather wine.
Fireball Whisky Canadian whisky with cinnamon.
Yukon Jack Canadian whisky is a honey-based Canadian whiskey advertised as the "Black sheep of Canadian Liquors". The taste is sweeter than comparable American whisky drawing from the honey it is brewed with but then has a rougher bite than say Jack Daniels.
"Yukon Jack is a taste born of hoary nights, when lonely men struggled to keep their fires lit and cabins warm. Boldly flavourful yet surprisingly smooth, there is no spirit like Yukon Jack""
Evan Williams Reserve in Honey, Cherry and Cinnamon Flavours.
marries extra-aged Evan Williams with three flavours listed above.
Jim Beam Red Stag Infusions four-year-old Jim Beam Bourbon and then infuse it with natural flavours. of black cherry, honey, tea, or cinnamon spice.
Jim Beam Maple
Limited Edition Maple liqueur from the makers of Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey.
Jack Daniels Honey Part honey 100% Jack, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey is a blend of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and a unique honey liqueur of their own making, for a taste that’s one-of-a-kind and unmistakably Jack. With hints of honey and a finish that’s naturally smooth,
Rock n rye a mix of rock sugar (the 'Rock' of the title) and rye whiskey with chopped fruit pieces added for extra flavour
Southern Comfort is now made from neutral spirits with fruit, spice and whiskey flavourings. The brand was originally created by bartender Martin Wilkes Heron in New Orleans in 1874 and is now owned by the Brown-Forman Corporation. Although the original liqueur contained whiskey, the current formula only contains flavouring rather than actual whiskey (except for the premium version called "Special Reserve")
Wild Turkey and Honey.
A blend of bourbon and honey
Mackmyra Bee Liqueur of Whisky & Honey 22%
From the proud makers of Mackmyra Swedish Whisky.Bee liqueur of whisky and honey.
Smooth as Mackmyra whisky, sweet as honey.
A guide to the major types and brands of whisky based liqueur, This refers to the present day with mature whisky with other ingredients added. There was a period when words like finest Scottish Highland Liqueur was used on the bottle label as part of the marketing of both single malt and blended whisky so these haven't been included. Also excluded are the modern "Cocktail" mixers
Scotch based liqueur
Atholl Brose. A traditional herb recipe close to how the whisky spirit was made more palatable, includes oatmeal brose and honey, Now from Gordon & Macphail it contains their Benromach single malt
Brammle made using fresh blackberries, harvested plump and ripe, steeped in golden whisky. A warm liquor with a lingering taste.
Bruadar flavoured with honey and sloe berries. Not overly sweet. Also previously known as Scottish Highland
Cock O' the North contains malt whisky from the Speyside distillery, Blaeberry and a special ingredient known only to The Marquis of Huntly and his son, The Earl of Aboyne.
Columba Cream blend of Scotch single malt whisky, cream and honey, creates a smooth liqueur based on a centuries-old family recipe for brose. The malt whisky comes from Tullibardine.
Drambuie a sweet, golden coloured 80-proof liqueur made from malt whisky, honey, herbs, and spices. Another old recipe, allegedly supplied by Bonnie Prince Charlie to Captain John MacKinnon. According to family legend, after staying with the captain, the prince rewarded him with this prized drink recipe. This version of events is disputed by historians who believe it to be a story concocted to boost sales of the drink. Has been in commercial production since 1910.
Drumgrey consists of fresh Scottish double creams, Deanston Single Malt Scotch Whisky, chocolate, butterscotch, sugar,
Edradour Cream combination of the finest Scottish cream and Edradour single malt whisky.
Famous Grouse whisky liqueur A soft liqueur from citrus fruit, spices, scotch and bourbon whiskeys. No Longer in production.
Glayva A fusion of the finest aged Scotch malt whiskies, a carefully selected range of spices,
Mediterranean tangerines, cinnamon, almonds and honey. Crafted by Edinburgh whisky merchant Ronald Morrison, the recipe remains unchanged from when it was first created in 1947.
Glenfiddich Well-balanced liqueur from the world's No.1 malt whisky. Blended with honey and spices for a soft, alluring liqueur best enjoyed on the rocks, now discontinued
Glenturret now finished
Heather Cream is created from the marriage of two of Scotland's finest natural products, fresh double cream and single malt Scotch whisky from the Highland distillery of Balblair.
Hebridean, combination of caramel flavours, spices and Scotch Whisky the unique recipe was found in a cookery book describing traditional Hebridean recipe
High Peak Vanilla, caramel and whisky are combined
Lakeland blending caramel, butterscotch and whisky.
Loch Fyne is less sweet than other liqueurs, it has a warming aroma of deluxe 12 year old Scotch whisky, spicy orange cake and a tiny whiff of log fires. flavours of chocolate-orange, whisky and coffee linger on
Lochan Ora means "Golden Loch Liqueur". This famous whisky liqueur is made with Aged Deluxe blended whisky from Chivas Regal, sweetened with heather honey and herbs.
Manx whisky or Spirit Matured Scottish whisky re-distilled then bottled as a clear spirit
Murray Scottish Highland Liqueur Renamed as Bruadar
Old Pulteney Liqueur is made from Old Pulteney 12 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky that has been carefully blended with a selection of natural Highland ingredients to create a truly memorable Scotch Whisky Liqueur with a beguiling aroma and a rich, fruity flavour