|The first vodka based cream liqueur in the world with a delicate vanilla flavour and made with pure natural cream from Scotland|
|Cock of the North
|Single Malt Whisky Liqueur is Scotland's finest liqueur made with Single Malt and the fruit of blaeberry following a recipe known only to the Marquis of Huntly and his son, The Earl of Aboyne.|
|High Peak||A delicious blend of Scotch whisky, caramel and spices|
|Hebridean Whisky Liqueur||This liqueur exhibits a combination of caramel flavours, spices and Scotch whisky. The inspiration for the unique taste was a recipe for a Scottish dish from a book of traditional Hebridean recipes.|
|Edradour Cream Liqueur||This cream liqueur is a fine blend of the single malt and scottish cream.|
|Columba Cream||Named after Saint Columba, who founded the Christian monastry on Iona, Columba Cream Liqueur is based on an ancient brose recipe. Natural ingredients of cream, honey and only the finest malt whisky give Columba Cream a taste of distinction.|
|Heather Cream||The original Scottish Cream liqueur. It's a combination of fresh Scottish products including Balblair Single Malt Whisky,|
|Stag's Breath||It's distinctive 'musty' nose and overtaste of waxy honeycomb are features of the fermented honey which is its principal ingredient|
The Wallace Malt Whisky Liqueur has been created from the fine single malt whisky from Deanston Distillery using the clear, pure waters of the nearby River Teith.
|Scottish Highland Liqueur||The perfect marriage of malt whisky and honey balanced with just the right amount of sloes|
|Lochanora||A Chivas Brothers' liqueur|
Wines Liqueurs and preserves from Moniack
Castle, are the finest to be found in the Scottish Highlands.
Award winning scottish fruit wines are made from the berries, flowers and leaves that grow near Errol in Perthshire, Scotland by the Gillies family.