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Whisky Review - Crown Royal

Wed Jan 25, 2012 9:40 am

Hope you are all well, just thought I'd pop by to furfill a promise,I bought a bottle in Spain in the summer and I've finally opened it, its time for the....
Crown Royal Review

Reviewed at Josh's with his mum and Bob.
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Created to celebrate a visit from King George VI & Queen Elizabeth in 1939, Crown Royal is full-bodied, yet delicately smooth and creamy, with hints of oak and vanilla.




We liked it, warm, creamy and fully bodied, only real down note is the lack of great depth.

A nice whisky glad I made the investment, in the UK this is a pricey bottle, but for the 17 pound for litre I got in Spain, its stonking.

I've also acquired a bottle of Coca Cola, If Mr Dominate would be so kind to provide quantities I will have a taste.

I love the velvet bag it comes in, I'm gonna use it for my poker chips.
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Re: Whisky Review - Crown Royal

Wed Jan 25, 2012 10:01 am

My dad's fond of Crown. We tried Crown Royal Black for New Years and found it to be much more potent than the original Crown. I found that it mixed well with dark sodas.
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Re: Whisky Review - Crown Royal

Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:12 am

Haut, the amount of Coke is really just to taste. I would say anywhere from 2:1 coke to Whiskey to half and half but, thats going to be a stiff drink... :) Crown is my favorite Whiskey, so I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Crown Black is also pretty damn good. It's 90 proof compared to Crowns' 80 proof but that little difference is quite noticeable. Black seems to go down much smoother if you are taking straight shots also.
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Re: Whisky Review - Crown Royal

Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:58 am

DOM wrote:
Black seems to go down much smoother if you are taking straight shots also.

I agree.
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