Southern Comfort Bottling Note
Southern Comfort (or SoCo, as the people in adverts for Southern Comfort repeatedly refer to it as) is a whiskey liqueur you've undoubtedly seen on back-bars across the globe. It was first produced all the way back in 1874 in New Orleans by bartender Martin Wilkes Heron, combining classic whiskey notes with the fruity freshness of peaches. Since its birth in the late 1800s, Southern Comfort has been used in countless cocktail and mixed drink recipes - it pairs particularly well with cola and a good slice of lime.
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Sweet, fruity aromas. Tinned peaches, hints of golden syrup and a touch of marzipan.
Palate: Sweet, creamy palate. Peach nectar, hints of soft spice, vanilla and honey. Very oily.
Finish: Vanilla and honey. Fruity.