Drambuie Launches £3,500 Whisky Collection

By P. Joseph

Scottish liqueur brand Drambuie has unveiled a new whisky collection billed as its most exclusive edition yet.

Priced at £3,500 per set, the Jacobite Collection collection features a hand-blown crystal decanter which bottles a blend of 45-year-old whiskies.

Produced in West Lothian, Scotland, Drambuie is renowned for its honey- and herb-flavoured golden liqueur made from aged malt whisky, heather honey and a secret blend of herbs and spices.

Each set in the Jacobite Collection – named after a series of uprisings that took place in Britain between 1688 and 1746 – is delivered in a solid wood presentation box which contains a hand-etched crystal replica of the highly sought-after Spottiswoode Amen glass and a large crystal stopper for the decanter.

It also comes with some literature, including a letter-pressed hand-bound 32-page leather booklet written by whisky author Ian Buxton, chronicling the history of Drambuie and the Jacobite Rebellion, and detailing the new collection.

A maximum of just 150 presentation boxes of The Jacobite Collection will be released.

By P. Joseph