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Tasting Notes

A blend of aged scotch, spices, herbs and heather honey. Its origins can be traced to a secret recipe created for Bonnie Prince Charlie by his royal apothecary in the 18th century. The name derives from Scottish Gaelic An Dram Buidheach, meaning “The Drink that Satisfies.”
— Distiller's notes

Expert Reviews

Intriguing herbal/medicinal nose, with notes of pepper, grass, dried hay, dried flowers, orange peel, and licorice. Sweet but lively and light on the palate, as the orange explodes and the whisky boldly appears, wrapped in honey and herbs. The finish is herbal and sweet as the whisky strolls off into the distance. Overall, quite complex and rewarding.
— 90 PointsWhisky Advocate, Spring 2012

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