What ingredients are in these liqueurs?

From Campari to Chartreuse, we try to unravel the mystery inside.

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Southern Comfort Southern Comfort (Photo: Southern Comfort)

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Southern Comfort

American-based Southern Comfort – or SoCo as it is commonly known – was created in the late 1800s by a bartender who believed whiskey should be enjoyed, not endured.

Initially an infused whisky, in the intervening years it has morphed into a whisky-flavored liqueur whose recipe is a shrouded in secrecy, though that hasn't stopped many from digging deep to figure it out, with one media outlet concluding its composition is 100 percent grain-neutral spirit base (basically vodka), fruit, spices and perhaps a little bourbon.

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