Drambuie is a sweet, golden coloured 80-proof liqueur made from malt whisky, honey, herbs, and spices. Produced in Broxburn, West Lothian, Scotland, serve straight, on the rocks, or add to mixed drinks such as the Rusty Nail. The name "Drambuie" may derive from the Scottish Gaelic phrase an dram buidheach, meaning "the drink that satisfies", or possibly an dram buidhe meaning "the red drink". Drambuie received the highest score, a "96-100", in the Wine Enthusiast's 2008 spirit competition.
Whiskey cocktail for the summer // Presbyterian: 2 oz Scotch (may substitute bourbon or rye whiskey), Ginger ale, Club soda // How to make the Presbyterian Cocktail: Add the Scotch to a Collins glass and fill with ice. Fill with equal amounts of ginger ale and soda.