What's in a name? Seagram's 100 Pipers whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Canada. Were it from America it would be spelled Seagram's 100 Pipers whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Vanilla and caramel with a hint of citrus and fresh malt.
Palate: Soft and creamy with a handful of dried fruits and a little vanilla.
Finish: Gentle and warming becoming spicier with time.
Overall: A well constructed blend.
If you like JWB and can afford Laphroaig, this gives you the best of both at a fifth of the price. A surprising whisky.
20th February 2014
Where available it is good as a budget blend.
5th January 2014
Very nice,although has some rough edges, yet enjoyed this drink. We in South Africa fortunate, cost about £10.00.
30th November 2012