The Rusty Nail cocktail is an old classic that dates back to the 1930s. It blends smoky scotch with sweet Drambuie for a flavor that’s surprisingly sweet and easygoing.
The Umbrella Man Special is one of those super-easy cocktails featuring equal parts of everything, and most of them sweet liqueurs. But this one uses a fairly unusual ingredient: Drambuie. Without that, this drink would be be a B-52 with added vodka. But the Drambuie adds a honey flavor into the mix, and that makes
The Loch Lomond is so named because it features Drambuie and scotch. The vermouth tends to bring out the black licorice aftertaste of the Drambuie. The overall flavor is complex and just a touch sweet. Loch Lomonds are made for sipping and savoring. Don’t waste expensive scotch on this cocktail – the Drambuie and vermouth