Southern Comfort (often abbreviated as SoCo) is a naturally fruit-flavoured whiskey liqueur with spice and fruit accents from the U.S. Originally created by bartender Martin Wilkes Heron in 1874, the brand originally used whiskey as its base spirit. The Sazerac Company recently purchased the brand from Brown-Forman and has reintroduced whiskey as its base spirit. The Sazerac Company has owned the brand since March 1, 2016.
Southern Comfort whiskey liqueur is an old bourbon liqueur with peaches and other citrus flavours. The product has gained popularity among mixed drinks due to its sweeter, softer taste.
How to make Southern Comfort fruity punch?
Southern Comfort Classic Fruity Punch Considered one of the best and most common SoCo cocktails, begin making by mixing 1½ oz of Southern Comfort with the same amount of Amaretto in a glass. Add a dash of grenadine, an oz of sloe gin, and 2 oz of orange juice.