Southern Comfort Whiskey (750 ml)
About this item
- Created with whiskey, fruit and spice flavors
- Easy to drink
- Mixes well with cola
- First created in 1874
- Available in 70 and 100 proof
Smooth and easy to drink, Southern Comfort is a blend of whiskey, fruit and spice flavors. In 1874, in New Orleans’ French Quarter, a young bartender named M.W. Heron began offering his customers a better-tasting cocktail by adding a secret mix of fruits and spices to barrel whiskey to create Southern Comfort. Try it in cola or as the classic SoCo and lime.
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