Seagram's 100 Pipers Blended Scotch
Seagram's // Scotland
One of the "standard" brands of blended Scotch from the Pernod Ricard stable. The name refers to the fight between Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites, as told in the ballad "The Hundred Pipers"
BlendedComprised of both single malt(s) and single grain(s) often from many different distilleries; if Scotch or Irish must be aged for at least three years in oak barrels; Irish may include single pot still whiskey in the blend.
"The nose comes off with lots of raw grainy notes and a touch of lemon curd. There's something musty in there as well--a little off-putting. The sip reveals a medium-to-full bodied whisky with tons of vanilla; the alcohol is really harsh up front with some raw cereal notes again and a somewhat sweet finish. Simple and straightforward. You get what you pay for. "