Yukon Jack Whisky Liqueur

75cl / 50%
Yukon Jack Whisky Liqueur
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The self-styled 'Black Sheep of Canadian Liquors' is a highly potent liqueur, based on Canadian whisky blended with honey. One to warm the cockles on a cold winter's night.

Yukon Jack Whisky Liqueur Reviews

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  • 5
    7 August

    Start with the fact of it being 100 proof it will support the big and bad as well as the faint of heart or spirit. Yukon Jack has been my go to and fall back nearly 30 years. A well earned loyalty because no matter the season there is a drink to be made or made better with its use or just straight up. Yukon Jack fits the bill. If where you drink doesn't serve Yukon Jack you should find a better place to enjoy your time.

  • 4
    29 July

    Excellent " for those cold and whorey nights on the Yukon"

  • 5
    12 June

    After almost 30 years of taste testing YJ, I would have to say that it is a keeper!! Spent many a "cold night" with it.

  • 5
    5 May

    Been drinking Yukon Jack for years it is very very good best served with lemon sour or a grapefruit pop

  • 5
    30 April

    The best wonderful beautiful drink that man has ever made

  • 5
    31 March

    OMG!!! I just happened to pick up a bottle of Yukon Jack a couple of weeks ago while I was in the liquor store. What an incredible surprise! My husband and I aren't big drinkers, but we wanted to try some different types of alcohol for times when we want to serve drinks. I bought a few different things for us to try, including Yukon Jack, Jose Juervos Tequlila, Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Smirnoff Vodka, and Maker's Mark Whiskey. The only two we liked were the Parrot Bay - which we've had before, and we LOVED LOVED LOVED the Yukon Jack! The flavor is so smooth and full, but not over the top for those who aren't big drinkers. We had it a couple of ways ... on the rocks, and mixed with Dr Pepper. LOL That probably shows that we don't drink much, but it was REALLY GOOD!!! I'm going you buy another bottle, and this time, my husband and I agree, it will be a bigger bottle!

  • 5
    4 March

    The best

  • 5
    16 February

    The perfect companion to a cold night.

  • 5
    14 September 2015

    Started mixing/drinking Yukon back in the late 70''s when the age was 18 years old. Mixed with coffee, over ice, straight up and even over a large helping of ice cream it tastes great. I must say it is my most favorite of all drinks.

  • 4
    2 May 2015

    A great energizing medicine! I drank it in my early morning coffee when canoeing with my then thirty year old son in law which enabled me to pace him all day without any further nourishment . That was 25 years ago and since then I have discovered that Yukon Jack is the cure for most ills, pains and physical or mental discomforts.

  • 2
    12 April 2015

    I''m drinking my first sip of this now. It''s definitely not the flavor for me, despite mixing it with ginger ale, which is my favorite soft drink. Honestly, tastes like medicine. I''d rather be drinking strawberry lemonade svedka. This is a drunk review

  • 5
    8 April 2015

    it was good af

  • 5
    3 April 2015

    I had my first taste of Yukon Jack back in the ''80''s. We used to drink shots of it topped with peach schnapps. Yum! After my baby was born I quit drinking. When she started cutting teeth I found a bottle in the freezer. Great for teething babies, just rub a little on the gums, pain all gone. I now have a glass evert night after work over ice. I know sleep like a baby.

  • 4
    23 September 2014

    "Boy, put some of that yukon jack in the bag" is what I always say!

  • 5
    6 July 2014

    A favorite since 1978, it is just plain ole wonderful...smooth, sweet, and mellow. Best with just crushed ice, perhaps a twist of lime...except it goes down too fast!

  • Ray N. 20 March 2014

    First introduced to it in the '70s. When all my buds were drinking Johnny Walker and Tennessee whiskies, a small handful of us preferred Yukon. Today, Yukon is hard to find in NYC but when I do find it, it is worth the effort. Great and potent sippin' whisky!

  • CLYDE THUNDERCLOUD 12 January 2014

    have drank the black sheep since the late 60's, yea I'm that old!It taste as good today as it did the first time -I take it neat or in the wild straight out of the bottle-great stuff!

  • Greg 12 January 2014

    AHHHH! Yukon Jack! Been drinking it on occasion since it came out, with my dad. It's no longer available in British Columbia, but I have been able to bring home a case every time I visit Alberta, up until now. It's getting harder and harder to find now and after visiting 4 or 5 liquor stores before I head home, I can only find one or two bottles. How sad!

  • daft 2 January 2013

    yukon jack is not a very complex whisky. It definately is a smooth drink. Most whisky i have to doctor up quite a bit but with yukon jack i usually just mix it in with a little bit of soda to take the bite off. Doesnt even really have that heavy of a burn like the cheaper whiskys do. its a great whisky. I've had the more expensive irish whiskys and higher end "southern" whiskys and I'll take this over them any day. its smooth , and it does'nt cost you and arm and a leg.

  • Robert, 25th Nov '12 26 November 2012

    I've been drinking Yukon Jack since I was 22 back in 1998. I thought it was delicious, I was young then and chased it with a Coke. It is still the best drink out there. It's a honey flavored whisky, that's why it taste good with milk to some people. The honey is the best cure for hang overs, and since honey is used in Yukon Jack then it's a win-win!

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