Royal Canadian Whisky
Royal Canadian Small Batch is a smooth, rich, complex Canadian whisky made in very small batches by our expert whisky making team under the watchful eye of our Master Blender. Each batch of Royal Canadian Small Batch is comprised of the best barrels from among our finest aged whiskies, which in turn are hand bottled to allow for the highest quality control possible.
Royal Canadian Whisky Tasting Notes
Grainy pastry dough, jasmine tea, beeswax, and nut brittle.
A bold reminder that this is whiskey and the citrus-spicy conclusion just leaves you with the desire for the next notable sip.
Rich amber color.
The initial sip is velvety smooth with huge flavors. There is a nutty praline sweetness that slides through the creamy rich sensations.
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Crown Royal was created in 1939 by Sam Bronfman, the owner of The House of Seagram, as a gift for the visiting King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, following 600 meticulous blending trials. Today, Crown Royal's award-winning whiskies are expertly blended, patiently aged and enjoyed by millions
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