Southern Comfort (or SoCo, as it's referred to in Southern Comfort commercials) is a whiskey liqueur that you've certainly seen on back-bars around the world. It was created by bartender Martin Wilkes Heron in New Orleans in 1874, mixing classic whiskey flavours with the sweet freshness of peaches. Southern Comfort has been used in innumerable cocktail and mixed drink recipes since its introduction in the late 1800s; it goes especially well with cola and a big slice of lime.
|Bottle Size||700 ml|
Nose: Aromas that are sweet and delicious. Peaches in tins, golden syrup hints, and a smidgeon of marzipan
Palate: Palate is sweet and creamy. Peach nectar, vanilla, and honey with undertones of mild spice. Very greasy.
Finish: Honey and vanilla. Fruity.
|Special Ingredients||Vanilla beans, Cinnamon, Lemon, Cloves, Oranges, Cherries, Honey|