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Crown Royal Canadian Whisky

(70cl, 40%)

Crown Royal Canadian Whisky

Crown Royal Bottling Note

The most famous of all the Canadian whiskies, Crown Royal is made with over 50 different whiskies, and they've been making it for over 70 years. It was first created in 1939 to celebrate the visit of King George VI to Canada.

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Crown Royal Canadian Whisky Reviews

SOB

Heavy is the head that wears the Crown. I have enough bags to make a blanket. Oh yes good sh...stuff.

I can’t get it here in England where I moved to which is strange seeing who It was made for. And the fact Canada is in the Common Wealth.

19th April 2021

Excellent

The taste is far beyond what you expect from the "Spanish brandy" packaging. If you've not tried it, crown royal is amazing value and a huge surprise in smoothness and flavour. Buy some

11th September 2020

Quite a delight

I've went through 3 bottles of this whiskey and I love its taste and its smooth'ness. Dimebag was correct best whiskey for making black tooths with.

2nd September 2020

All in all love it for its peculiarity

Find this curious juice in a positive way -manages to be rich taste depth and impossibly smooth in the same swallow -the finish doesn't perhaps last flavour wise but i find the lingering warmth on the chest a nice compensation

30th July 2020

You were once the "Good Stuff"

Was once the best rye when Sam Bronfman was alive. His son sold Seagrams to Diageo then lost his shirt making movies in Hollywood. Quality is poor, often flavoured to cover young spirit and lots of caramel added. Buy Gibson's finest 12 year old, Forty Creek Confederation or Tangle Creek. The spicy rye from Waterloo Ontario was once blended with super smooth stuff from Montreal. Quality was once Bronfman's religion the son and corporate turds pooched it for good.

22nd June 2020

Great Canadian Whisky

To all the fools giving Crown a bad review.... You do realize Crown Royal Northern Harvest won Whisky of the year in 2016, so they must be doing something right. It's my go-to standard when filling my cart. I'd suggest you stop mixing your whisky with milk and enjoy it on it's own.

28th May 2020

Don't. Not even as a joke.

Received as a gift, and sadly probably worst whisky I've had, aside from the first edition of the Icelandic offering.

13th May 2020

Loving it!

Crown Royal was made for the Queen and the King. And I have never drank a smoother liquor! It had to take 51 blends to reach perfection (perhaps more,) But Perfect it is!

14th January 2020

CR deserves a place on the shelf for any whisky fan.

CR is better than most Canadian blends and certainly better than American blends such as Kessler , Henderson , and Eleven Jones. I always keep a bottle of CR in the cupboard and managed to score a bottle of CR Barrel strength when I was on a trip to Dallas last year.At 103 proof CR barrel strength is an incredible pour As a rule I prefer straight bourbon Bottled in Bond like Evan Williams,Old Granddad or Old Forester. But canadian whiskey is a nice change of pace and it is hard to beat CR. Though I must say Pendleton is fast emerging her in the US as a top selling Canadian blend

16th November 2019

Great whiskeys

VO is smother. Lesser bite. Sorry Crown.

2nd June 2019

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