Definition of Drambuie in English:

Drambuie

Line breaks: Dram|buie
Pronunciation: /dramˈbuːi
 
, -ˈbjʊi/

noun

[mass noun] trademark
A sweet Scotch whisky liqueur.
More example sentences
  • A liqueur whisky such as Drambuie is excellent for a hot toddy - its natural sweetness delivers a more harmonious palate, and there's no need to add sugar.
  • If you want to make store-bought mincemeat more special, tip the contents of a jar into a bowl and add some grated apple, orange or lemon zest, chopped almonds or hazelnuts - and, of course, a good slug of brandy, whisky or Drambuie.
  • Many liqueurs, however, are made with a specific spirit, such as Scotch in Drambuie, Cognac in Grand Marrier or Irish Whiskey in Baileys.

Origin

from Scottish Gaelic dram buidheach 'satisfying drink'.

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