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[Bruadar] Bruadar

Found this one on the website of Master of Malt, which writes:
Bruadar is a Scottish whisky liqueur flavoured with honey and sloe berries. Not overly sweet, instead it is a balanced, well-crafted liqueur.
It is a liqueur from the Scottish Liqueur Centre, where the picture of the bottle comes from, and which gives the following description of the liqueur:
"Bruadar" is the Scottish Gaelic word for "a dream".

Once you taste this original Highland Liqueur, the name Bruadar will most certainly seem fitting. There's no other drink quite like Bruadar, and we invite you to 'discover the dream'.

Bruadar is a perfect marriage of single malt Scotch whisky and honey, balanced with just the right amount of sloes.

At 22% there's still a warm aftertaste of single malt whisky, but the sharp edges have been smoothed over by the addition of honey. This taste sensation is rounded off by a welcome finale of sloes; to make Bruadar a liqueur of exceptionally attractive flavours.

Bruadar is favourably compared with the other Scottish Liqueurs often with the comment that it is not as cloying or sticky.

The fruity flavour of Sloe Berries combines perfectly with the honey and malt notes to create a Scottish alternative to Sloe Gin. 22% abv.

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