Southern Comfort - a real classic for the house bar
Southern Comfort was born in 1874 in New Orleans by Irish bartender Martin Wilkes Heron. For several years a neutral alcohol with whiskey aroma was used for it, but since 2013 an American Whiskey can be found again in the popular whiskey liqueur - the best conditions to enrich our assortment, or not? Let yourself be spoiled by this piece of southern history and look forward to a rich taste with this classic of the American drinking culture!
Peach and orange aromas meet cinnamon, vanilla and dark chocolate
High quality American Whiskey meets sweeteners and aromas of peaches, oranges, cinnamon, vanilla and dark chocolate. High pleasure is pre-programmed, because the rich 35% alcohol transport every single nuance of this drop excellently. Already after opening the bottle you reach mild and spicy notes of oranges and honey. In the mouth a complexity of vanilla, caramelized fruit and ripe peaches is revealed. Citrus and cinnamon determine the finish, which is long lasting with sweet nuances of honey and vanilla.
Even the bottle knows how to convince. This classic should be known to most of you. The amber liqueur shimmers wonderfully through the glass bottle with the noble relief embossing, past the red lettering “Southern Comfort” with golden shading, under which the designation “Category of One” is located. The latter means that Southern Comfort is a single category and there is nothing comparable.
Drink your Southern Comfort like Scarlett O’Harra
You don't know how to enjoy this classic? We are happy to help. It is usually drunk pure or on the rocks, but cocktails and other variations are also no problem. In 1939, for example, in the classic "Gone with the Wind", a cocktail of Scarlett O'Hara based on Southern Comfort was mixed with cranberry juice and lime. Even simple long drinks are popular too.
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