"DH made this drink for me found on the Rampant Scotland site. Since the recipe is originally posted in metric, we did the following for a much larger drink and ease of measurement: 1 oz Drambuie, 1 oz Grand Marnier, 1 oz Bailey's Irish Cream, 4 tsp milk"
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  • 1 cl drambuie
  • 1 cl orange liqueur, such as Grand Marnier
  • 1 cl bailey's irish cream
  • 23 cl milk


  • Pour the ingredients in order into a highball glass and serve.

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  1. twissis
    Made for ZWT6 as a 2nd reward after major cooking & your Recipe #424960 as my 1st reward. I moved to this tempting combo & wondered if WWS had warped my brain cuz the intro & lost of ingredients did not seem to match & I was pretty sure you did not intend us to use 3 oz of the liqueurs w/only 4 tsp milk. Peggy & I ended up making the same guess & it was lovely. Thx for sharing your recipe w/us.
  2. Leggy Peggy
    It's been a long time since I raided our liquor cabinet, but this concoction is sure worth the effort. The instructions need a bit of work. I used 15 ml each of Drambuie, Grand Marnier and Bailey's, and 1/3 cup of warmed milk. Thanks for posting.
  3. cookiedog
    Tall, creamy, and mysterious. This one knocked our socks off. I never had Drambuie before and I think it was quite potent, or maybe it was the combination. After a few sips we decided to add some additional milk and blend it with ice. YUM. Made for ZWT 6 by an Unruly Under the Influence.
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  5. lazyme
    I haven't had Drambuie in a very long time and now wonder why, lol. This was a very nice smooth drink. Since my freezer died this week and I didn't have ice, I served this in a cordial glass. Thanks Dr. Jenny for yet another great recipe. Made by an Unruly Under the Influence for ZWT6.


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