Seagrams 83 Whisky

1140 mL bottle  |   LCBO#:  192922
$42.45
Seagrams 83 Whisky from LCBO
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    In 1883 Joseph Seagram created his Seagram's Original Rye whisky distilling it at his Waterloo distillery. This whisky is in honour of the original and pours a golden amber colour; the nose is subtle in style with hints of maple syrup and vanilla. The palate is soft and easy-drinking; ideal for cocktails.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    1140 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    40%
    Made In:
    Canada
    By:
    Sazarac Of Canada
    Style:
    Subtle & Sweet
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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    1140 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    40%
    Made In:
    Canada
    By:
    Sazarac Of Canada
    Style:
    Subtle & Sweet

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