• 2 tablespoons of rosemary leaves
  • 250 ml honey
  • 150 ml water
  • 350 ml Bonnie Prince Whisky


  1. Put honey, water and rosemary in a pot and cook it over medium heat, stirring until all the ingredients combine. Let it cool, with rosemary still in the pot.
  2. Once it cools down, add scotch and pour into sealable bottle or jar. Shake the liquid and put it in a dark place at room temperature for a few days.
  3. Strain the mixture into a bottle and seal. You can enjoy it neat or as a mixer to you cocktails.


One of the most famous liquors synonymous with Bonnie Prince is Drambuie, a whisky based liquor claiming its beginnings during the Jacobite uprising and connected directly to the Young Contender.

The legend says, that during his famous escape to the Isle of Skye, Charles Stuart shared the recipe for Drambuie with the MacKinnon family, in return for their support during the rebellion.

You can use the Drambuie in many ways, adding sweetnes and herbal flavours to your cocktails. Here’s our recipe for making your own Drambuie inspired liquor at home! You can always add your own herbs or change the proportions, so it suits your taste best.