Drambuie's Heather Honey Whiskey liqueur is a liqueur from the Isle of Skye obtained from a unique blend of aged Scotch whiskey and heather honey, herbs and spices.

Legend has it that Prince Charles Edward Stuart, defeated at the Battle of Culloden in 1745 in an attempt to bring his family back on the throne of England, and chased by King's troops across Scotland, was helped by the MacKinnon clan chief to escape from the Isle of Skye. In exchange for his help, the Prince gave MacKinnon the secret recipe of an elixir to pass on to future generations. The recipe arrived at the Broadford Hotel in Skye, where the customers to whom it was served called it in Gaelic "An Dram Buidheach", a satisfying drink, later abbreviated to Drambuie.

Perfect to serve at the end of a meal or for meditation, it is the main ingredient of the famous Rusty Nail cocktail, loved by Humphrey Bogart, Frank Sinatra and their entourage.
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