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Chivas Brothers initially created 100 Pipers Blended Scotch Whisky - EAN 8901522000023, later sold to Seagrams in 1949. 

This product was called "100 Pipers" in honor of the "100 Pipers who led Bonnie Prince Charlie, Scotland's mythical hero, into battle."


Scotch Whisky (cereal and malt distillates with water)

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100 Pipers is a delicate blend with notes of spice, soft smoke, and dried fruit. Additionally, it has a medium-intensity woody and fruity scent with a hint of peaty oaky, and vanilla fragrance with gentle honey.

Matthew Sheinberg, a specializer in whiskies once wrote:

“Many raw, gritty aromas, as well as a hint of lemon curd, are present in the nose. Additionally, there is a slightly repulsive musty smell in there. With a lot of vanilla flavor, the whisky is medium-to-full bodied. With some lingering traces of raw cereal and a slightly sweet flavor, the alcohol is somewhat sharp at first. Simple and straightforward. One gets what one pays for.”

Customer Questions and Answers

Is 100 Pipers a good Scotch?

The flavor of 100 Pipers - 8901522000023 is full-bodied and mellow, and it blends perfectly with well-balanced flavors of fruitiness and mild smokiness.

What does 100 Pipers contain?

Between 25 and 30 Scottish whiskies were used to create the mix known as 100 Pipers. 

Since it lacks its own bottling facilities, a large portion of it is produced by the Allt a'Bhainne distillery, which is also owned by Pernod Ricard.

Why is 100 Pipers called 100 Pipers?

It takes its name from the Scottish tradition of bagpipers leading soldiers into combat, specifically from "The Ballad of the Hundred Pipers," which recalls the tale of Bonny Prince Charlie commanding 100 pipers during the uprisings of 1745.

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