Yeah, you read that right. It’s time for me to review Crown Royal Deluxe Canadian whisky.
And why am I reviewing it? Because it’s on multiple lists. It’s all over the place. They keep bringing it out and out and new versions and the damn bag is ubiquitous in Canada and it screams Canadian.
Hell, it’s even in the 101 Whiskies to try before you die book, and that’s a pretty good book. So of course I have to review it.
Because I’m a fucking putz, that’s why.
Crown Royal Deluxe was originally made for King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1939, during the first grand tour of the country. It is a blend, put together from 50 different whiskies. Or at least, it was when the royalty first showed up.
Who knows what’s changed since then, but it’s still around. It’s currently made from milled corn, rye, and…
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