For over 250 years, the MackInnon family has jealously preserved the secret formula of Drambuie, until the significant change of ownership in favor of William Grant & Sons.
Its name comes from the Gaelic ‘An Dram Buidheach’, which means “the drink that satisfies”. Obtained from a fine blend of scotch whisky, heather honey (one of Scotland’s most famous plants) and other herbs and spices, the composition of which has remained secret over the years, Drambuie declared its origin in 1745, when Prince Charles Edward Stuart fled to the Isle of Skye after his failed attempt to restore his dynasty to the throne of Scotland.
The original recipe, born from the combination of locally produced scotch whiskey with locally sourced spices, still uses malt and grain whiskey from the renowned Highlands and Speyside regions.
Drambuie is a Scottish honey and herb liqueur made from whisky, heather honey and a secret blend of herbs and spices. The flavor refers to saffron, honey, anise, nutmeg and herbs
Perfect at the end of a meal or as a meditation. Great as a gift!