Stag's Breath Liqueur

70cl / 19.8%
Stag's Breath Liqueur
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Made with the finest Speyside whiskies blended with fermented comb honey and packaged in a square-edged bottle with a label inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Stag's Breath Liqueur Reviews

33 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    11 November

    I really like it wish it was free lol

  • 5
    11 October

    Absolutely lovely, just be careful, it''s soo lovely I ended up drinking a bottle a night easy when on holiday in scotland

  • 5
    11 September

    Tried in Scotland. Fantastic. Will order more soon!

  • 5
    4 September

    ive been drinking it for years, best liqueur out there. also very nice with a 50-50 malt whisky mix.

  • 5
    4 August

    I tried this at The Tasteof Scotland at the Royal Highland show Ingliston near Edinburgh and thought it was amazing . One of the nicest whisky drinks I have ever tasted and I am surprised it is not everywhere you find it

  • 5
    21 July

    Had this years ago. Worked wonders for a sore throat. Would love to get this easily in Australia

  • 3
    18 June

    Thought I''d try this as the description suggested a sweet honey flavoured Whisky liqueur, however it didn''t match my expectations. The flavour of the honey I didn''t actually taste at all, and as for calling it a liqueur, it doesn''t come anywhere near the quality of Bruadar''s Whisky liqueur, which I admit is more expensive, but believe me it''s worth the price.

  • 4
    5 December 2014

    Smooth taste and excellent chilled. Hooked from day 1 when I visited Edinburgh. Goes great in the evening with a good cigar, enhances the taste all around.

  • 5
    24 November 2014

    We are not whisky drinkers usually (sorry!) but tried this in Edinburgh at the weekend and both seriously hooked! It has a lovely mellowness about it with the honey flavour just coming through - beautiful : 0 )

  • 4
    30 June 2014

    Seriously amazing stuff. Bought it in St. Andrews Scotland, just for the name alone. Loved it, & bought a big bottle to bring home to Canada!

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