Seagram's VO

70cl / 40%
  • Canadian Blended Whisky
Seagram's VO
Web Exclusive Price £27.25 £22.71 ex VAT (£38.93 per litre)
  •  In Stock
  •  Express delivery available
Customer Rating
The revived version of the famous blend from the now-deceased Seagram's conglomerate. The 'VO' apparently stands for 'Very Own' as the blend was initially conceived for the private use of the Seagram family.

Seagram's VO Reviews

11 Customer Reviews

  • Add Your Review
  • 3
    9 March

    I work for Seagrams for 7 years in the mid-80s to the early nineties and drank VO when it was made by the House of Seagram. Today's version is similar, but nothing will ever touch the quality of the original.

  • 5
    29 October 2017

    I was introduced to Canadian Whisky by a good friend who happened to be a Catholic priest. I was a confirmed bourbon person. It took me a while, but I began to realize that I was paying too much for a harsh type of whiskey that was hard to enjoy over ice. Not so with Canadian whiskey. In general, Canadian is kinder and smoother and just more enjoyable and while I enjoy good Irish as well, I always come back to VO as my regular evening toddy.

  • 5
    18 October 2017

    Smooth operator

  • 5
    18 October 2017

    I love VO

  • 4
    7 October 2017

    Firstly, Seagram's used to make 3 decent whiskeys- Seagram's 7 V. O. Crown Royal As far as I'm concerned crown Royal is still one of the best although it has been split off and making several designer variations. 7 is very good for the asking price- better than all the competition. V. O. Is still a superior Canadian whiskey- a solid value no matter what your tastes!

  • 5
    28 September 2017

    This is my VO. It is so smooth.

  • 4
    24 March 2017

    Up there with all the other regular blended, Grouse, Walker, J&B but slightly better priced

  • 5
    5 February 2017

    The best blended Whisky that has ever passed my lips. Very smooth. Have it over ice or with water and a wedge of lime.

  • 5
    20 July 2015

    I am in my mid-60''s and have been a life-long drinker of Canadian whiskies. I have taken every opportunity to taste the finest 12 and 18 year old aged blended Canadians available. Does that qualify me as a whiskey snob? Maybe. After years of searching, I''ve come home to VO. Its flavor is light and smooth, with just enough bite to remind you of its heritage. Just for the record, I first tasted VO in the early 1970''s. The whiskey they''re producing today is similar enough to taste like a homecoming. We each have our own palate, but after decades of denial, VO is my unabashed favorite!

  • 2
    27 December 2014

    I will admit that I''m not a whisky snob, though I know a good taste from a bad one. The smell is quite pleasant, though it covers for the taste. Perhaps my unopened and new bottle had been contaminated in the factory, but I get little of the whisky essence. Instead, I get a burnt, bitter taste that reminds me why it was so cheap. You can mix it, but this updated version is hardly for sipping.

  • Anonymous 5 April 2013

    This is old fashioned, no nonsense and slightly under the radar stuff. It's not going to garner a lot of hype, but imho it will provide a consistent and comforting experience, preferably sipped slowly and ponderously after a good dinner in front of a fire.