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Seagram's 100 Pipers

(75cl, 40.0%)
Seagram's 100 Pipers
User Rating
(3 Reviews)

Seagram's 100 Pipers Bottling Note

This, now discontinued, blended whisky is named after the number of pipers who preceded Bonnie Prince Charlie into battle.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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.

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User Reviews of the Seagram's 100 Pipers

Thailand Whiskey of choice

Given the choice of this for about $10, or Johnny Walker Red Label for $16, I'd say this is better bang for the buck. Not a great Whisky, but Thailand has few choices, and this one is decent considering how affordable it is.

16th January 2016

mr simmonite

I think its a very nice tastin whisky, I like it very much ,,,,,,,

19th December 2015

Mr j c wilkinson

Pipers has a nice smooth taste to it . Ihave tried it once and loved it and would drink it all the time if i could get hold of it

6th May 2015

Nice blend between peat and grain

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

Not discontinued everywhere.

Where available it is good as a budget blend.

5th January 2014

Good bang for your buck

Very nice,although has some rough edges, yet enjoyed this drink. We in South Africa fortunate, cost about £10.00.

30th November 2012

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