List of products by brand Seagram's Distillery
Seagram's Distillery was founded in 1857 with the opening of its first distillery in Waterloo, Ontario, also known as the Calvert Distillery.
Seagram's Distillery was founded by Joseph E. Seagram in Ontario. After several changes of ownership over the years, the distillery was owned by Edagar Bronfman but acquired by Joseph E. Seagram & Sons.
In 1928, after the death of Joseph E. Seagram, Distillers Corporation Limited acquired Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. Years later and after the end of the prohibition of consumption of alcoholic beverages in the US, the company prospered exponentially.
The Seagram's Distillery is a large manufacturer of distillates, among which are Seagram's gin, 100 Pipers whiskey and also a vodka. Its way of working is mainly characterized by the selection of the best ingredients and the way of making its distillates that has been passed down from generation to generation.
In 2000 the Vivendi Group and its beverage division Pernod Ricard acquired Seagram's. Currently the company exceeds 3 million euros.
After 150 years of history in 2002 Coca Cola acquired the line of mixers drinks and the rights to use the brand of soft drinks, Spain was the first country in Europe to market the brand of Seagram's mixer with the market launch in Premium tonic in March from 2012.
100 Pipers Whisky is one of the classic Scottish blended whiskeys and is the first blended of the company Chivas Brothers. In 1949 it was sold to Seagram's.
Seagram's 100 Pipers is the India’s leading Scotch whisky and is also the leading Standard Scotch in many countries around the world, including Thailand, Spain, Venezuela, and Australia.
Seagram's Extra Dry Gin has become one of the most famous and best in terms of value for money in the world of gin.
The history of this gin goes back to 1857 when the distillery was founded in Waterloo, Canada. In 1869, Joseph E. Seagram becomes a partner and later a 100% owner of the business.