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.
An interesting Canadian whisky liqueur combining two icons of the country - whisky and maple syrup. They age their quadruple distilled whisky in ex-bourbon barrels and blend it with 'Canada 1 Light' maple syrup from Quebec before resting and bottling.
Canadian Whisky Awards 2012: Silver Medal Canadian Whisky Awards 2012: Best Flavoured Whisky (multi-market)
A magnum bottle of 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'.
We've managed to find a small parcel of Macallan's short-lived Amber whisky based liqueur, which was discontinued some time back despite winning more than one award in its brief lifetime. Flavoured with pecan and maple syrup, this is a treat for the sweet-tooths among you.
A Waterford crystal decanter containing Irish Mist – a liqueur with a devoted following that's comprised of Irish whiskey flavoured with honey and aromatic spices. We estimate this dates from the 1980s.
An impressive whisky liqueur from Drambuie, with the name celebrating both the legend of its creation during the Jacobite uprising of the 1740s and the company's large collection of Jacobite glassware. A blend of 21 year old whiskies that was matured for a further 24 years in a mix of sherry and bourbon oak, for a total of 45 years, before mixing with Drambuie's secret recipe of herbs and spices.