100 PIPERS TASTING NOTE
Appearance: 100 Pipers has a deep golden colour.
On the nose: A subtle oaky aroma, complex and harmonious including a certain amount of sweetness.
Palate: a mature, light whisky with subtle notes of oak and walnuts and a sweet and slightly smoky finish.
Production: Smooth Scotch whisky with subtle smoky notes.Its character is due to the region where it is distilled, Speyside, in northern Scotland, where more than half of the Scottish whisky distilleries are concentrated. This region is known for making the lightest and most delicate whiskies in Scotland.
The brand is named after the famous ballad, "The hundred pipers", which tells of the heroic uprising of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his battalion with a troop of 100 pipers at the helm.
Alcohol by volume: 40%.
Average ageing: More than a year.
Product designation: Blended Scotch whisky.
STORAGE AND SERVING RECOMMENDATIONS
As a general rule, store in well ventilated areas away from sources of heat.
As with all whisky blends, it can be enjoyed as a mixer, although it has enough substance to be enjoyed alone or with ice.