Drambuie Liqueur 0.7lt

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A liqueur whose exact recipe has been kept secret since 1745. With a golden color and aromas of honey, anise and nutmeg, a blend of Scottish Malt Whiskeys with mixtures of spices and herbs.

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Alcohol by volume
40 %
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