Drambuie's longer aged whisky liqueur, made with whiskies aged for at least 15 years and with all the extra depth of flavour and general tastiness you'd hope that implies. One we're happy to see back on the shelves again.
Hugely different from the standard Drambuie: much more dryly herbal, and the whisky's right here in the nose... and yet, they are distinctly related in the base character of the herbs. The whisky is quite present - 15 year old Speyside malts shine like the sun on rippling water - but the flavors of Drambuie are clear as well. Still sweet, but the whisky is much more the star. A Drambuie for us? 92 Points
Customer Reviews: (13 reviews)
Up to a year ago had not heard of it before, but an avid Drambuie drinker, discovered the 15 year old at Glasgow Airport, purchase one litre bottle every time I go through the airport, excellent tipple.
- anonymous, 8th February
I have drank Drabuie for many years now this last few years about 7 litres a year but have never come across Dambuie 15.
Happy new year 19th Jan 13,
- D Hodson, 19th January
Thanks so much. For years when I enjoyed Drambuie I mixed it with J&B or sometimes a nice Cognac as the straight Drambuie is too sweet for my taste. Came through Heathrow the other day on our way back to the states and saw and tasted the 15. Terrific! Bought 2 bottles (all we were allowed to import on our person) and love it.
- L. Derr, Nov 2012, 3rd Nov '12
Really a danger this drambui! it is so tasty, charming and smooth - you may go for that for centuries and you will be never tired of it;
- ChrisGermany, 4th Sep '12
I have Drank Drambuie for the best part of my life (now 65). However I must admit I had never heard of this 15 year old Speyside Whisky.
Fantastic! Really enjoyed it. Having difficulty finding a local supplier, but will get there. Well done !
- anonymous, 21st Jun '12
bought it for my birthday a few days ago. Hope to have many more birthdays to celebrate the taste- strong, smooth and utterly addictive
- Simon, 21st May '12
I tried this at a Drambuie-organised tasting and I love it - the original is just too sweet for me (a whisky-lover) to drink any amount of, whereas the 15 has much more malty flavour, smoke, and complexity. The brand rep explained to us that the percentage of whisky is higher (obviously), and that it is all single malt and grain, with no vatted or lower quality spirits in there. For not loads more money than the original, for me it offers way more bang for your buck.
- Jon, 29th Feb '12
I've never tried this edition of Drambuie and too bad it's not availabe in Australia. If it was, I'd have no hesitation in revisiting the comparison between the standard 40% Drambuie and Lochan Ora. Can anybody explain the comparison between this edition and Lochan Ora (simular to Drambuie made by Chivas Brothers)???
- anonymous, 10th Feb '12
I had this at WhiskyFest and have been trying to find it in the US since. It is much richer, whisky heavy vs. Drambuie, which is sweeter and more liqueur like.
- anonymous, 2nd Feb '12
This is really is top notch, in a hipflask it is sublime, that little bit of warmth makes all the difference. A very welcome addition.
- DB Smith, 24th Jan '12
Anonymous: We deliver to the USA...
- TWE Admin, 11th Dec '11
unbelievably great: picked up a bottle at duty free on way back to l.a. from paris . . . had not seen this and did not know it existed but immediately upon arriving home, i tried it and it was unbelievably great . . now, i just need to find a place to buy it here in the states
- anonymous, 10th Dec '11
Like the sound of this but has anyone tried it? How does it compare with the original Drambuie?
- anonymous, 11th Oct '11
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