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Drink Review: Seagram’s 7 Crown

The return of a very old brand of blended whisky from one of Canada’s former biggest multi-nationals.

Seagram 7 Review:

It is very good in taste and smooth. The flavour is of the various grains, wine and jazz. The various fruits that go into the flavour are distinct, and the taste of the whole is mellow and sweet. A very good blended whisky that makes for a heart-warming which captures the essence of Canada. 

The taste of the blend is all of its parts, and of its experience.

The Port: The taste of the port complements well with the dry grainy notes of the 7 Crown and the sweet taste blended with the whisky helps mix up the experience.

The Whisky: The whisky is such that it can be as a whole but it is so complex in its features that when drunk alone it is best enjoyed as an aftertaste. The way when you go to bed, with your dreams, it is like a slow background music to accompany the final moments of your sleep.

The experience from the port is a very smooth one, and the blend is a great combination. The sweetness of the port helps to make a bolder taste, unlike the regular blended whisky’s bottle.

The flavour is of a good blended whisky and this one doesn’t have a lot of flavour other than the port. The way the 7 crown is blended, it gives one of the most balanced combinations of flavours.

All the ingredients of the port wine go through the blend. All the sherry and wine work together to give us life and experience. The port wine makes the flavour longer and it makes the blend more interesting.

When drinking the blend, you can taste all the components of the port wine. The taste is of a couple of the beautiful flavours of port wine.

When drinking the blend, one can taste all the ingredients of the blend. The Port has a smooth touch to it, and the taste is of many of the components of port wine.

Seagram 7 Review: 

The blended whisky has the taste of many PORT WINES. The whisky itself is smooth and self-assured. This is a great and well-balanced blend, with the actual blend coming through a little more noticeable than the port. 

The flavour of the blend is the mixture of all the flavours that had a direct influence of port wine.

The packaging is nice and clear and the bottle doesn’t look cheap making it look good. The shape is easy to hold.

The taste of this blend is sweet and mild. It is strong and has a good flavour to it.

The strength of this blend is used in a subtle way, and it makes the taste very steady. The blend works well with the subtle taste of the Port.

The smell of this blended whisky is very calm and quiet. The smell is mild and has a smooth touch to it.

The taste is sweet but subtle. The taste is smooth and mild, and it is subtle and balanced.

The taste of this blend is subtle and smooth, and it has a great taste. The blend has great taste and blends well.

The colour of this blend is light and a little on the darker side. The colour is nice and brown.

The colour of this blend is very light, and it doesn’t effect it’s taste.

The colour of this blend is light and clear.

The colour of this blend is clear and light.

The packaging of this bottled blend is good. The shape and size of the bottle is good. The colours of the bottle are simple and work well in the scheme of the bottle.

The smell of this bottled blended whisky is mild and pleasant. The smell is well worth the bottle.

The taste of this blended whisky is exciting and sweet. The taste is smooth and light, and it is light and sweet.

The taste of this blended whisky is light and mild, and it is smooth and mildly sweet.

The taste of this blended whisky is nice and sharp.

The taste of this blended whisky is smooth and mild. It is smooth, and mild, and well balanced.

The taste of this blended whisky is very mild. It is very mild. 

The colour of this blended whisky is very clear.

The colour of this blended whisky is light and clear.

The colour of this blended whisky is clear and mild.

The packaging of this bottled blend is very good. It is a tall and slim bottle. The bottle has a good shape and colour of gold.

The smell of this bottled blended whisky is sweet and mild. The smell

Written by Mark Adams

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