Southern Comfort was invented in 1874 by a New Orleans bartender named Martin Wilkes Heron, Originally, this spirit consisted of blended fruits and spices which were then mixed with low-quality whiskey to add a smooth sweetness to it. As a technicality, these infusions dictate that Southern Comfort is technically a liqueur. However, it drinks like whiskey, and looks like whiskey, so what’s the difference?
$6.99 – $29.99
- American, naturally fruit-flavored whiskey liqueur
- Fruit and spice accents
- Often abbreviated as “SoCo”
- ABV: 40%