This Arran Gold Liqueur captures the essence of the island in a bottle. This geography is key to the character of Arran whisky and its liqueur. Here they make a spirit that reflects a range of regional influences, yet achieves a rare and unique personality all its own. Rather like the island itself.
The Arran Gold Cream Liqueur is in a class of its own. Since its launch in 2004, it has become incredibly popular and everyone who has tasted Arran Gold agrees that they would happily change over from their usual brand in favour of this deeply delicious treat. Made with a healthy dose of Arran, this is a cream liqueur where you can really taste the quality.
Arran Gold has the colour and appearance of liquid toffee and creamy fudge. The aromas are of chocolate, cassis and a wee touch of fresh mint while the flavour has a lovely sweetness with honey notes.
Bruadar is made by Morrison & Mackay, an independent, family run, Scotch Whisky merchant who are also producers of fine Scottish liqueurs. Based in the Heart of Perthshire and family owned and managed, they strive to provide the best that Scotland can offer. They have their own bottling and blending facility and a dedicated team who work together to create a quality of product that is unsurpassed.
Bruadar is a beguiling marriage of Single Malt Scotch Whisky with the unique flavours of honey & sloe berries. At home, after dinner, or in the great outdoors, from a hipflask, Bruadar is the most versatile of liqueurs. It is easy to understand why it’s named after the Gaelic word for “dream” with the sweet & subtle flavours able to transport you to another place entirely.
According to legend, the drink is named after the 1st Earl of Atholl, who quashed a Highland rebellion in 1475 by filling the rebel leader's well with the mixture, making him easily captured.
Inspired by an ancient Highland recipe, the award winning Dunkeld Atholl Brose is a delicious boutique liqueur that captures the best natural flavours of Scotland. According to legend, the drink is named after the 1st Earl of Atholl, who quashed a Highland rebellion in 1475 by filling the rebel leader's well with the mixture, making him easily captured. A luxurious golden blend of single malt whisky, honey and carefully-selected herbs, Dunkeld Atholl Brose is a unique product steeped in Scottish history.
Atholl Brose is a blend of Benromach single malt whisky (from Speyside) with a mixture of honey and herbs. This rich and sweet liqueur has flavours that include honey, lavender and spiced pears with ginger and cinnamon. It is a warming and comforting liqueur perfect for those winter evenings when you are sitting by the fireplace defrosting your frozen toes!
Fraiser is a uniquely Scottish drink blending the flavours of premium Scotch whisky with wild strawberries.
Created by John Smith, a talented and experienced Master Blender, Fraiser is a rich, smooth and distinctive liqueur of real character and depth of taste. The wild strawberry infusion, combined with background notes of vanilla, almond and cinnamon, blends harmoniously with the fine Scotch whisky to give FRAISER its unique taste. Gentle on the nose and mellow on the taste buds, this hand crafted secret elixir is smooth, rich and distinctive on the palate both warming and satisfying.
It might sound like an odd mixture at first but we can assure you this is really one to try. We are sure you will be raving about this as much as the critics are!
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Glayva's story begins in the docks of Leith in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1947. Ronald Morrison, a local wine and whisky merchant, wanted to create a liqueur that would warm and comfort his loyal customers, particularly during the cold Scottish winters. Based at a busy port in Leith, Morrison had access to exotic ingredients from far off lands, such as tangerines, honey and spices, which, when mixed with the Scotch malt whisky, created a surprisingly distinctive and pleasant flavour. The name Glayva was taken from the reaction of the warehouseman, Hector, who was the first to taste the liqueur after Morrison. “Gle Mhath”, he proclaimed, translated from Gaelic as “Very Good”. Since then, the recipe has never changed, and many since Hector have agreed.
The spirit is created from an exotic fusion of the finest aged Scotch malt whiskies, a carefully selected range of spices, Mediterranean tangerines, cinnamon, almonds and honey. Because of all these different ingredients, Glayva has a very distinctive and pleasant taste. Surprisingly smooth and sweet, with a hint of cinnamon and spices, it really tastes like nothing else!
Glayva tastes so good it is perfect neat, over ice or even chilled ... have you ever tried putting Glayva in your fridge or freezer? Or alternatively, warm in a heated glass? It’s the drink that brightens any occasion, so whether it’s celebrating a good day at work, a get together with friends, or just a Friday night in on the sofa, Glayva makes those little things in life that bit more special.
Originating from the remote coastal town of Wick, Old Pulteney’s seafaring spirit runs deep within its soul. Historically, Old Pulteney Single Malt was dispatched by boat and matured in barrels surrounded by the ocean’s spray, giving the whisky its unique taste. Built in 1826, the Pulteney Distillery is rich in history. With traditional warehouses exposed to the invigorating sea air blowing in off the North Sea, Old Pulteney captures the taste of the sea in every drop of its liquid gold.
Stroma takes its name from a windswept isle situated off the rugged Caithness coast. Translating as the ‘island in the stream’, which also refers to the dangerous currents on the island’s shores, including the infamous ‘Swilkie’ whirlpool. Stroma’s lighthouse warns ships of these nearby powerful currents. Made at the distillery with award-winning Old Pulteney single malt whisky. It tastes equally well served neat, with ice or in a cocktail.
Stroma has a beautiful deep copper colour and a charming whisky aroma with notes of toffee. This fine liqueur is a careful blend of award winning malt whiskies and a mix of lighter malt whiskies. Stroma is smooth, sweet tasting and warming and, like the island itself , is packed full of robust and rugged undertones. Served neat or over ice, Old Pulteney Stroma Liqueur leaves a pleasantly warm and comforting afterglow.