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A whisky-based liqueur made by the Mackinnon family near Edinburgh. Legend has it that the formula was given to them by Bonnie Prince Charlie, as a reward for helping him escape to France. The name is a corruption of an dram buidheach, meaning "the drink that satisfies". It's now also available in a diluted creamy version to rival Bailey's. See 'Bailey's'

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