1. McDowell's No.1

The McDowell's No.1 of brand began with the launch of McDowell's No.1 Brandy in 1963-64 by McDowell and Company, a company that the United Breweries Group had acquired in 1951. In 1959, owner Vittal Mallya established McDowell and Company's first distillery at Cherthala, Kerala.


2. Imperial Blue

Imperial Blue was launched in India in 1997 by Seagram. Seagram's global business was jointly acquired by Pernod Ricard and Diageo on 21 December 2001.Pernod Ricard bought Seagram's Indian operations in 2002.Pernod Ricard had previously entered the Indian market by acquiring a 74% stake in United Agencies Ltd (UAL), with a bottling facility in Kolhapur, Maharashtra.


3. Royal Stag

Royal Stag also known as Seagram's Royal Stag is an Indian brand of whisky launched in 1995. It is available in many countries across the world in various pack sizes. It is Pernod Ricard's best selling brand by volume.

4. Bagpiper

Bagpiper was launched in 1976 by Herbertsons Limited, which had been acquired by the United Breweries Group in 1973. Herbertsons Limited was merged with several other UB Group-owned companies to form United Spirits Limited in 2006.

5. 8PM

8pm is an Indian company that manufactures industrial alcohol, Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL), country liquor and fertilizers.It is the fourth largest Indian liquor company.

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