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Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey

Bottle Size: 1.75l Item #: 1000634
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Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey 1.75l

Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey

Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey has the bold flavors of vanilla and molasses, with floral hints. The finish is long and savory.

1857, a distillery was founded in Waterloo, Ontario. Joseph E. Seagram became a partner in 1869 and sole owner in 1883, and the company became known as Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. Many decades later, Samuel Bronfman founded Distillers Corporation Limited, in Montreal, which enjoyed substantial growth in the 1920s, in part due to Prohibition in the United States.Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, and took over the Seagram name. The company was well prepared for the end of Prohibition in 1933 with an ample stock of aged whiskeys ready to sell to the newly opened American market, and it prospered accordingly. Thus despite its earlier Waterloo history, the Seagram name is most closely associated with the Bronfman family. However, it is not correct to say, as is often done, that Samuel Bronfman founded Seagram, since the Seagram name itself pre-dated the company he founded.

Great old standard Canadian whiskey. The price is right,the PLASTIC 1.75 liter bottle is very convenient. I wish all the distilleries would go to this.

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Seagram Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.75l
Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey has the bold flavors of vanilla and molasses, with floral hints. The finish is long and savory.
 

Notes on the Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey 1.75L

Technical Notes 1857, a distillery was founded in Waterloo, Ontario. Joseph E. Seagram became a partner in 1869 and sole owner in 1883, and the company became known as Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. Many decades later, Samuel Bronfman founded Distillers Corporation Limited, in Montreal, which enjoyed substantial growth in the 1920s, in part due to Prohibition in the United States.Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, and took over the Seagram name. The company was well prepared for the end of Prohibition in 1933 with an ample stock of aged whiskeys ready to sell to the newly opened American market, and it prospered accordingly. Thus despite its earlier Waterloo history, the Seagram name is most closely associated with the Bronfman family. However, it is not correct to say, as is often done, that Samuel Bronfman founded Seagram, since the Seagram name itself pre-dated the company he founded.