Seagram's 100 Pipers 1970s
100 Piper's was one of the flagship blends within the portfolio of Canadian drinks giant, Seagram, as it expanded its interests in the Scotch industry in the mid-20th century. The recipe was devised by Chivas Brothers Master Blender, Alan Ballie, in 1965 and was named after the 100 pipers who led Bonnie Prince Charlie into battle in 1745.
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