Blenders Pride Reserve Collection Whisky
Blenders Pride was first launched in the year 1995 and was the recipient of much acclaim owing to its smooth blend and unique taste that was unlike any Indian whisky brands in the market back then.
Blended to perfection with a marriage between the choicest Scotch malts and fine Indian grain spirits, Blenders Pride followed up this success by introducing the Blenders Pride Reserve Collection in 2011 which was met with similar praise.
Owing to the success of Blenders Pride Rare Premium whisky, Pernod Ricard, the parent organization behind the Seagram’s brand released a premium version of the existing product. The Blenders Pride Reserve Collection was launched in 2011, and it was the most expensive whisky to be produced in India at the time.
Keeping the core principles that help deliver a quality product, Blenders Pride Reserve Collection upped the ante by mixing some of the most noteworthy reserve whiskies at their disposal. The source whiskies used to blend the Reserve Collection whisky are matured using the Solera process, granting a distinct fruity palate to the drink.
Blenders Pride Reserve Collection is the most premium whisky in India achieved by carefully blending together some of the finest reserve whiskies. The extraordinary Scotch malts employed in the Blenders Pride Reserve Collection are uniquely matured through the Solera process in the most meticulously chosen barrels.
The Blenders Pride Reserve Collection has a unique embossing of the brand name, and has a blue packaging instead of black packaging which further differentiates it from the Blenders Pride Rare Premium Whisky.
An uncompromising assurance of quality and unmatched taste has cemented Blenders Pride Rare Premium whisky and Blenders Pride Reserve Collection whisky as two blends that resonate the most with the Indian whisky lover.
The brand’s commitment towards delivering the finest Indian made whisky, coupled with their relevant and impactful marketing strategies have helped establish a commanding presence in the Indian whisky market.
Currently, Blenders Pride with their range of whiskies, commands a 63% share in the premium whisky segment indicating they are market leaders in their category. The Blenders Pride Reserve Collection further strengthened the brand’s position in the market by capturing the loyalties of the segment above their standard Blenders Pride expression.
Blenders Pride Reserve Collection Alcohol Percentage
With an alcohol percentage of 42.8%, the permissible ABV strength for whiskies in India, and a brand identity that embody class and a premium taste, Blenders Pride Reserve Collection is a breath-taking whisky from the Blenders Pride brand.
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Blenders Pride Reserve Collection Whisky Tasting Notes
Full bodied, mellow, slightly sweet combined with well balanced notes of fruitiness & soft smokiness.
Full bodied, mellow, slightly sweet combined with well balan. Aromatic, creamy, sweet, round, complex.ced notes of fruitiness & soft smokiness
A full and fruity nose with delicate honey and vanilla notes, woody fruity [tropical fruit] with a touch of peat. Oaky fragrance with medium intensity encompassing an aromatic sweetness.
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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. Blenders Pride is usually served with still or sparkling water or on ice.
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