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Crown Royal Canadian Whisky Cornerstone 8yr Old 750ml

Rated 93 - Bright and tropical on the nose underpinned by baked Granny Smith apple and lemon cake. Toffee and toasty oak are at the forefront of...
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Crown Royal Canadian Whisky Reserve 750ml

Rated 93 - This blended whisky, complex enough to sip, has a deep amber hue and flavors reminiscent of pecan pie. A long, smooth trail of nutty...
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Crown Royal Xo 750ml

Rated 92 - A rich luxurious whisky finished in cognac casks, as was the crisper, brighter Cask No. 16 that it replaces. This is the cedary,...
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Crown Royal Xr Extra Rare 750ml

Rated 96-100 - The bouquet offers rich, pastry scents with deeper fragrances of old oak, figs, dates and prunes. The palate entry is creamy,...
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Forty Creek Canadian Whisky Confederation Oak Reserve 750ml

Rated 94 - Perhaps the finest Canadian whisky I have ever tasted. Creamy and seamless from beginning to end. Gently sweet, with orange creamsicle,...
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Forty Creek Canadian Whisky Double Barrel Reserve 750ml

Rated 92 - Deep amber color. Aromas of creme brulee, coconut macaroon, and spiced chocolate nuts with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body...
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Forty Creek Canadian Whisky Three Grain Harmony 750ml

Rated 91 - Three Grain Harmony marries rye and barley whiskies from 1992-94 to 4 year old corn whisky. The corn lends voluptuous body to a complex...
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Wisers Canadian Whisky 18 Year 750ml

A nose of hot cereal with a dusting of dry cocoa and oaky vanilla, and hints of figs and sesame oil. The palate yields clean grains — a...

Canada Canadian Whiskey

Canada has been producing quality wines for over two hundred years, and has hundreds of established wineries producing characterful and easily recognizable wines from the many imported grape varietals which flourish in the cool climate and excellent soils which typify the region. The primary wine producing regions of Canada are all located in the south of the country, and benefit from the consistent climate found there. The two largest wine producing regions is Canada are the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, and Niagara Peninsula, in Ontario. Both of these regions produce large quantities of the ice wine Canada is famous for, where the grapes are allowed to freeze on the vine during the early frosts, and thus have their sugars and flavors concentrated, resulting in highly aromatic and often very sweet wines.