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Seagram's VO is a classic Canadian whisky blend, made with spirit of at least 6 years of age. It is said the blend was created after a post-prandial conversation amongst the Seagram family; the letters "VO" might well stand for "very own", as in, their very own blend...
Nose: Juicy, spicy rye grains, dried apricot, lemon curd, oak and gristy sweetness.
Palate: Spicy and creamy, medium-bodied with honey, caramel and coffee. A touch of orange marmalade and pannacotta.
Finish: Medium length, spicy and sweet.
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I've been drinking Seagrams VO since I was 21 and am now 78. I look forward to my VO and coke every day. I've missed a few days but not very many. Never did know what the VO stood for. The computer said "Very Own." Won't make it taste any better but at least I know what the VO stands for. Sure does make the coke taste good.
19th March 2016
I was reading the "Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt" and I felt it was over-generous.Seagram's VO is what we Canadians drink when we want whisky at the price of the cheapest vodka. Maybe my nose and palate are not perceptive enough (even though I'm an avid Single Malt Scotch Whisky drinker), but I find this whisky very "skinny" and bland, like the cheapest bourbons. It tastes something like rye whisky diluted with neutral spirits. Cheap vodka served in an unrinsed glass that had previously contained an Islay Single Malt was more flavourful than this!Buy only to save money.
27th December 2015
this whisky is a bit like Canada and its good people...polite, reliable but when pushed hard enough steely and fit for fight:) Not bad at all, certainly not as bad and uninteresting as many claim it is.
10th August 2012