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100 Pipers

12 Years Old

100 Pipers 12 Years Old

Introduction

A wonderfully aged, blended Scotch whisky that is synonymous with craftsmanship and finesse.

TASTING NOTES

  • AROMA -  A full and fruity nose with delicate honey and vanilla notes, woody fruity with a peach of pear.
  • CHARACTER & BODY - Heavy, sweet, complex and rounded.
  • TASTE - Full bodied, mellow. Sweet combined with well-balanced notes of fruitiness and soft smokiness.
  • MOUTHFEEL - Aromatic, creamy, sweet, round, complex.
  • FINISH - Floral and elegant, with subtle oak notes coupled with vanilla.
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100 Pipers

100 Pipers

Introduction

Seagram's 100 Pipers is the India’s leading Scotch whisky and is also the leading Standard Scotch in many countries around the world, including Thailand, Spain, Venezuela, and Australia.

The brand's unique iconography and heritage reflects the essence of a "True Legend"

Range & Tasting

  • AROMA - It is woody and fruity, with a touch of peat oaky fragrance in medium intensity creating an aromatic sweetness.
  • NOSE - A full and fruity nose with delicate honey and vanilla notes.
  • BODY - Heavy, sweet, complex and rounded.
  • TASTE - Full bodied, mellow and sweet, combined with well balanced notes of fruitiness and soft smokiness.
  • FINISH - Floral and elegant, with subtle oak notes coupled with vanilla.
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The Legend

The Legend

History

The brand owes its name and Celtic imagery to the Scottish tradition of bagpipers leading soldiers into battle. The "100 Pipers" name in particular comes from the ballad of "The Hundred Pipers", which tells of the heroic Bonnie Prince Charlie's 1745 Jacobite uprising led by a troop of 100 pipers.