Drambuie Jacobite

70cl / 40%
Drambuie Jacobite
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£3,500 £2,916.67 ex VAT (£5,000 per litre)
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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.

The liqueur has been filled into an etched lead crystal decanter and is presented in a double doored wooden cabinet with a replica Spottiswoode 'Amen' glass and a leather bound book telling the story of the Jacobite collection. An impressive liqueur, which was a hit at the 2011 Whisky Exchange Whisky Show, and very limited, with only 100 bottles being produced.
45 Year Old
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Drambuie Jacobite Reviews

8 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    9 June

    My most enjoyed liquer. I am close to 90 years old and for many decades have celebrated another year of living with a "rusty nail" before bedtime.

  • 5
    16 March

    Simply, the BEST!

  • 5
    21 February 2016

    Drambuie! Absolutely amazing! I love it, and I don't even like sweat drinks. I also don't particularly like Scotch! But, what the hell, this is DRAMBUIE we're talking about.

  • 5
    14 December 2015

    Drambuie is simply one of my favorites...I will own this before I die.

  • 5
    22 September 2015

    The "Jacobite " collection, absolutely stunning! " I will, I must, buy this! I''ll pretend I''m in outlander with Sam Heughan aka Jamie Fraser. Lol!

  • Ian 29 November 2012

    I really, really want to win the lottery, I would order at least 3 bottles, 1 for private indulgence, 1 for showing off and giving very close friends a snifter, last one locked away for posterity, make it 4 actually, another 1 for me

  • Slonn 26 October 2012

    They must put a syringe with the bottle, to drop a few drops on a tongue. It will be enough to feel the blast of tasting notes))

  • Scott Wilson 18 May 2012

    This Drambuie is worth every penny. I recommend it to everyone who enjoys the finer things in life.