Drambuie Whisky Liqueur

70cl / 40%
Drambuie Whisky Liqueur
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A combination of aged Scotch whiskies, heather honey and a recipe of secret ingredients, Drambuie is one of the best-known whisky liqueurs worldwide.


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Sweetness


  • Grass Grass
  • Orange Orange
  • Honey Honey
  • Hay Hay
  • Mixed Herb Mixed Herb

Drambuie Whisky Liqueur Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Lew Bryson for Whisky Advocate

    Intriguing herbal/medicinal nose, with notes of pepper, grass, dried hay, fried flowers, orange peel, and licorice. Sweet but lively and light on the palate, as the orange explodes and the whisky boldy appears, wrapped in honey and herbs. The finish is herbal and sweet as the whisky strolls off into the distance. Overall, quite complex and rewarding. 90 Points

75 Customer Reviews

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  • 1
    26 April

    If you want to spend almost twice the amount of money for something that tastes similar to a Tennessee honey whiskey - go ahead. This is super sweet! Can't tell it has any scotch in it, so scotch drinkers beware. If you like honey whiskey, and want a top shelf blend of it - this is for you. I think I just got the diabeetus from drinking one shot of this stuff! "The Diabeetus Lives On"

  • 5
    30 March

    Pleasantly surprised by its deliciousness .. Aroma is deceiving to its unmatched smoothness and warmth to The belly .. Warmth without the jolt - inducing Smiles with a smidge

  • 5
    18 February

    My Favourite, Nice sipping Drink, 15y is dryer less sweet but still good , Can't afford the Jacobite ?? so can't comment..

  • 5
    9 January

    Drambuie is "The nector of the Gods"...

  • 5
    13 December 2015

    Love it. Not as impressed with 15 year...harsher.

  • 1
    8 December 2015

    it is disgustingly sweet and cloying the best part is the finish this is due to the fact it has finished and you can get that disgusting taste out of your mouth

  • 5
    25 September 2015

    Fantastic liqueur !

  • 5
    10 February 2015

    First drink in high school was scotch, which turned me off, then a decade later in ''68 got introduction in Pittsburgh ("Steel Town", appropriately) to Rusty Nail, my BFF since! Always hard to find in bars, the new 2010 bottle design compounded the problem - I''ve even pointed it out to clueless bartenders on occasion who thought they didn''t have it already sitting on their shelves!

  • 4
    10 January 2015

    Fantastic over ice or as long with soda oras a rusty nail I.e mixed with glenmorangie

  • 5
    21 December 2014

    Should the Drambuie bottle be kept in the fridge? Love the taste.

  • 5
    19 December 2014

    A few years ago I bought a bottle of Drambuie Cream - I have never seen it again :( it was smooth as silk and I made every drop count. Would love to find it again, Drambuie on ice has always been my drink.

  • 5
    23 November 2014

    Love Drambuie on the rocks, really hard to find in my area (high desert, in CA)

  • 5
    19 October 2014


  • 5
    17 September 2014

    A few months ago one of my husband's uncles passed away and there was a toast to his memory made with Drambuie at the wake. All the adults were passed a shot glass for the toast. Did you know Drambuie tastes good with Praline Pecan ice cream? I'm really not one for drinking alcohol but it was very good. The widow at the wake warned people to sip it slowly...

  • 30 April 2014

    Loved this for years, on ice in summer and raw in winter. Prefer the old cork but since bringing in the new bottle- the taste has changed with a greater emphasis on liquorice, perhaps too much.

  • 10 February 2014

    As a wee lad we lived opposite the Drambuie office and bond at Easter Road, Leith, and 3 of my family worked for Drambuie. It was sad when the MacKinnon family had to sell their estate in Barnton Avenue, Edinburgh because of the drop in sales of Drambuie. I love Drambuie, sometimes a wee bit too much, but still feel the re-intro of the round bottle took away the the outward appearance. Of-course it never affected the taste of the spirit

  • 19 December 2013

    I knew someday when I hit my 40's I would not drink beer as much. I thought, what will be my drink? I remembered a college roommate having a bottle. I recently started drinking it again. I have found my drink to take the edge off the day or relax during the weekend. It is like Christmas Eve in a bottle. Love this stuff.

  • 13 November 2013

    I read an article on Cordials by Maurice Zolotow in the Feb 1963 TRUE magazine. It made prominent mention of Drambuie. Tasted my first one later that year. Been hooked ever since. I agree that the new bottle is a bit cheesy, but the bottle is just a temporary repository. The only real meaning is the taste. Nothing better.

  • 28 October 2013

    We have been drinking D for years. Having been in the bar business since 1975, and we have gone through the changes of the red cork bottle and the red screw top and now the new bottle. We did have a few bad experiences with the cork bottle where the D had a kerosine odor and taste, but have not had that problem with the screw tops. But, what is with the thermos glass top selling in the stores now? Did anyone try to open this prior to production? What a joke!

  • 9 September 2013

    Was introduced to Drambuie by my father when I was 8 years old as we played cribbage. Been drinking this fine liqueur ever since. I will be 60 this month. Rusty nails are my drink of choice. Really miss the old red cap bottles. Bring them back please. The new bottles look cheap. I too search for the old red caps and when empty refill them.

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