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Linda Rose

Homemade Grandtully Liqueur

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My favorite after dinner liqueur--Grandtully has been removed from Michigan's minimum price list, which means that the stores can't get it any more. :sad:

This liqueur tastes like Scotch, vanilla and sugar mixed together.

Has anyone out there tasted this? and any ideas on how to make my own?

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My favorite after dinner liqueur--Grandtully has been removed from Michigan's minimum price list, which means that the stores can't get it any more.  :sad:

This liqueur tastes like Scotch, vanilla and sugar mixed together. 

Has anyone out there tasted this? and any ideas on how to make my own?

Not really sure, but isn't it with honey?

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My favorite after dinner liqueur--Grandtully has been removed from Michigan's minimum price list, which means that the stores can't get it any more.  :sad:

This liqueur tastes like Scotch, vanilla and sugar mixed together. 

Has anyone out there tasted this? and any ideas on how to make my own?

Not really sure, but isn't it with honey?

Possibly. I think I'll have to experiment on a recipe. Honey sounds good.

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Well If you are still following, first off it is back in MI.  I just got some the other day.  Second it is very similar to Drambuie, but has a strong honey component.  I havent side by sided them but my impression is that Dambuie is slightly less sweet, more anise and no or a lot less honey.

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