Blenders Pride Whisky
Blenders Pride Whisky is one of the most famous whisky brands in India. For those who enjoy a drink at any moment of their life, Blenders Pride is the one that is on the top of the list. Today, it commands around 55% of the market in the premium whisky segment in India.
The product of blending some of the finest Scotch malts imported from the Chivas Brothers, and blending them with the most excellent Indian grain spirits, Blenders Pride deservedly dominates its segment by an impressive majority.
History of Blenders Pride
Crafted by Master Blenders Patrick Joseph Loots and Abby Stephen, Blenders Pride Rare Premium Whisky was first launched in the year 1995 by Pernod Ricard India. The Blenders Pride brand is the culmination of over 150 years of Seagram’s whisky blending traditions which is embodied by the brand’s perseverance to deliver a product of the utmost quality and taste. The brand adds no flavours to their whisky and Blenders Pride retains its tasting notes from Scotch malts, and the finest Indian grain spirits.
Owing to the success of Blenders Pride brand in India, the Blenders Pride Reserve Collection was released in 2011. It is the most premium whisky to be made in India and is a blend of Scotch malts that have been matured through the unique Solera process, with the finest Indian grain spirits, strengthening the Blenders Pride brand’s presence in the market even further.
Making Process of Blenders Pride Whisky
Blenders Pride is a blend of imported scotch malts from Chivas Brothers and selected premium grain spirits with no artificial flavouring. It is described to be smooth and smoky.
Alcohol Percentage of Blenders Pride Whisky
Blenders Pride has an alcohol strength of 42.8% ABV.
Blenders Pride Whisky Price
In India, Blenders Pride Whisky price varies from territory to territory due to the variation in liquor taxation across Indian states and union territories. However, generally, it's ranked at the top among must-try Indian whisky brands under ₹1500.
20th February 2019http://www.pernod-ricard-india.com/blenders-pride
Blenders Pride Whisky Tasting Notes
Leafy, with hints of peat and a fruity aroma.
Pleasant, medium finish.
Full bodied, mellow, buttery with some amount of sweetness.
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