The Story of 100 Pipers 12 Years Old

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Seagram’s 100 Pipers is a premium blended Scotch whisky, introduced in India in 1995. 100 Pipers is the largest selling scotch in India. Richer in flavour, body and even more refined, each sip will make your heart sing, evoking the music of the legendary hundred pipers. 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.

At the heart of this superior blend of handpicked malt and grain whiskies is the sweet vanilla aroma of the Braeval malt whisky, sourced from the remote Livet valley in the Speyside region of Scotland.

100 Pipers 12 Years Old, as the name suggests, is matured in oak casks for a length of twelve full years. By the end of this period, the whisky acquires a deeply complex and well-rounded character. The final product is a sweet, heavy whisky, deep amber in colour, with a heady, fruity aroma which has delicate notes of vanilla and honey. On the palate, the 100 Pipers 12 Years is sweet, full-bodied and creamy, balanced with notes of both soft, smoky peat as well as fruit. This is a followed by a long-drawn, mellow finish which is floral and elegant, with hints of subtle oak and vanilla.

 

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