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Whisky Review: Crown Royal Canadian Whisky

Posted by Arctic Wolf on February 4, 2010

Photo Courtesy forrestLast week I jumped the gun somewhat, as it is my plan to review the entire family of Crown Royal Whiskies over the next several weeks and months.  Crown Royal, Crown Royal Reserve, Crown Royal Cask #16 and the very limited Crown Royal XR.  My plan of course was to begin at the bottom and review the Crown Royal, and then work my way up the product line up until I was finally reviewing the XR.  So what did I do instead?  I jumped a rung on the ladder and reviewed the Crown Royal Reserve before I reviewed the flagship brand, The Crown Royal.  So today I will correct that mistake and provide what should have been the first review.  Here is an excerpt from my review:

“The Crown Royal is a little soft and buttery in the mouth.  It has that same underlying punky flavour which I described as somehow acrid and vegetal at the same time when I reviewed the Crown reserve…”

Please read the full review here:

Review: Crown Royal Canadian Whisky

I have included a couple of recipes with the review one quite simple  (although tried and true), Crown and Coke, and one which I think has a nice elegance, The Apple Jack.


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