A hugely important category. Traditional Scotch Whisky liqueurs usually feature a blend of spices, honey and occasionally cream or a fruit essence. Recent years, though, have seen plenty of innovation from the likes of Compass box's Orangerie and a new generation of American liqueurs based on bourbon.
One of the world's most famous liqueurs, Southern Comfort is made with American grain spirit and peaches and tastes great with traditional lemonade, or with vodka, orange & grenadine: the 'Alabama Slammer'.
First launched in the summer of 2012 Southern Comfort Bold Black Cherry infuses natural cherry with the original edition's fruit, spice and whiskey flavours. At full Southern Comfort strength of 20%, this is excellent in a long drink with cola.
Georgia Moon Lemonade is, as you might expect, made from everyone's favourite 30-day-old American corn whiskey with a bit of natural lemon flavouring in it. It's almost certainly not fizzy, though. That would be weird.
From its beautiful wave adorned bottle to the rich and sweet liquid inside this is a step up from the Old Pulteney liqueur of times passed. Stroma, meaning island in the stream, refers to the dangerous currents around the north-east coast of Scotland where the distillery lies and the maritime spirit that is firmly part of Pulteney’s character. Sweet and robust with rugged undertones and a warm finish.
Jim Beam's take on the popular honey and whiskey liqueur. Made with Jim Beam's bourbon and real golden honey. Notes of vanilla, caramel, and oak with a superb honey finish. We recommend having this slightly chilled or over ice.