A bottle of Drambuie
Why You Can't Substitute Drambuie Scotch
Drambuie is a whisky liqueur whose secret recipe was shared by exiled Prince Charles Edward Stuart, or Bonnie Prince Charlie, after the 18th century Scottish Jacobite uprising.
The Scottish Highland clans then produced the liquor for personal use, and it wasn't until a century and a half later that it became commercially available.
Its primary ingredient is Scotch whisky, infused with heather honey and a secret blend of herbs, spices, and oils. This closely guarded combination is known to only three people.
The distinctive blend of herbal, floral, and spicy flavors makes it one of a kind. Because of its singular profile, there's no suitable substitute for Drambuie.