UDV has been test marketing the premium cream through Sainsbury's at a retail price of £12.99, with a view to rolling out the brand nationally in the near future.
A UDV spokeswoman said: "I can confirm that we are looking to appoint an agency for consumer communications for Drambuie Cream.
However, she refused to comment on the budget, saying: "At the moment, we haven't made any decisions on that".
Media arrangements have yet to be decided. However, the spokeswoman confirmed: "At some stage, we will be appointing a media agency for the brand too."
Drambuie Cream is aimed at a younger market than Drambuie Liqueur. It is made from 15- to 17-year-old malt whiskies, dairy cream and heather honey.
UDV's sister brand, Baileys Irish Cream, dominates the cream liqueurs market. Last year, UDV ploughed nearly £3 million into advertising for Baileys, which included a high-profile television campaign through J. Walter Thompson. Burkitt DDB handles the main Drambuie Liqueur account, which is not under review.