Southern Comfort is a neutral grain spirit with added flavors or peach, honey, vanilla and cinnamon that has at least 2 percent sugar. Mix Southern Comfort with coke or drink it on the rocks with tips from a professional bartender in this free video on alcoholic drinks.
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Okay, Southern Comfort. Southern Comfort, most people think is a whiskey. It is not a whiskey. It is a neutral grain spirit that has flavors added to it. Flavors like peach, honey, vanilla, cinnamon, and there are some other spices in there, and it is sweetened. It is a liqueur which means it is two percent or more sugar. So it is a sweet drink and it comes in several different proofs. It comes in one hundred, I believe eighty, maybe around seventy and there is one that is even lower than that, making it sweeter. A lot of people like to drink SoCo in coke. That is a very, very sweet drink. If you have a sweet tooth you might like that. And I've met some people who drink it on the rocks. If you get one of the lower proofs it is relatively smooth, and there's not much else to Southern Comfort, if you haven't tried it, I say you do, it's a very unique drink.