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The Scottish Liqueur Stall The original Scottish liqueurs listed in this section are hand made in Perthshire. All the liqueurs are made using the finest natural produce, are guaranteed free from genetically modified ingredients, and are made to our own recipes which are closely-guarded family secrets.
| Columba Cream ||This is Scotland's Malt Whisky Cream Liqueur - exceptionally smooth and based on a centuries-old family recipe for brose. Columba Cream is a skilful blend of Scotch malt whisky, cream and honey. Originally, brose was a traditional Scots family drink made daily using ingredients readily available on the croft - whisky, oatmeal, cream, sometimes honey, sometimes fruit. |
| Scottish Highland Liqueur Bruadar || A skillful marriage of Scotch malt whisky, honey and sloes. |
One of the key ingredients of Scottish Highland is carefully prepared sloeberries enough to balance out the sweetness of the honey but not so many as to impart bitterness. The connoisseur will appreciate the maturation of the liqueur in the bottle. Once the bottle is opened, over a period of months the sweetness of the honey is rounded off and the taste of the sloes comes to the fore.
| Scottish Country Fruity Liqueurs || Our "S" fruit liqueur range has been discontinued but has been replaced with our exciting new sloe gin, bramble gin liqueur and raspberry vodka. |
| The Carn Mor Collection || Our own collection of whiskies; bottled without chill-filtering, therefore retaining all the oils and proteins that are so essential to flavour. |
The Carn Mor collection features single malt and blended whiskies from Scotland's finest whisky producing regions.
| Ginger Tam's ||A warming mix of ginger, honey and single malt whisky, Ginger Tam's is a spicy big brute. |
The mellow malt combines with the zingy ginger and the sweetness of the honey to create a powerful mix!
Ginger Tam's is one of the most exciting and innovative new products to come out of Scotland in a very long time.
This is a really challenging dram at 48.5%; so consume with care.
|Beinn a'Cheo || Beinn a'Cheo (meaning mountain of mist in Scottish Gaelic) is one of our single malt scotch whiskies from the Scottish Highlands. Beinn a'Cheo is a constantly changing selection of the best casks from Scotland's finest distilleries. Distilled at Braes of Glenlivet Distillery,in the Speyside Region, on 19th May 1989. This whisky was matured in a Hogshead #1052 until 17th January 2013 when 168 bottles were filled here at the Scottish Liqueur Centre at a strength of 56.4%abv. |
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