I have two unopened bottles of Drambuie in excellent condition, 1 is from the sixties and the other from the seventies. What is the value if they are in mint condition?
To taste, it’s very well balanced, slightly viscous, typical of most liqueurs, yet the Scotch is shining through, elevated and prominent, not covered up. I picked up hints of pepper, evergreen and wood with a touch of smoke. With a deep, rich and satiny rheology, Drambuie 15 is not heavy, cumbersome or mouth coating in the least, but rather, dries out slowly, leaving a wonderful spicy finish.