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This whisky liqueur has origins that date back to the 18th century and stands out for its distinctive aromas of heather.
The name ‘Drambuie’ is derived from the Gaelic phrase ‘An Dram buiadch’, meaning a satisfying beverage. Legend has it that this was the liqueur personally favoured by Prince Charles Edward (Bonnie Prince Charlie). In 1746, on the day after his army’s defeat at the Battle of Culloden, he is said to have entrusted his captain, John Mackinnon a native of Skye, with the recipe for his favourite tipple. Made from blended scotch and heather honey, Drambuie is a rich, creamy, fruity liqueur.
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