Other Whisk(e)y

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Coppersea Corn Whisky is assertive and complex when served straight, while also offering a dynamic range of flavor for use in cocktails. Big red fruit notes (strawberries, currants) on the nose mingle with a cornbread backbone to resolve into a confectionery effect (think strawberry shortcake). On the palate those notes are filled out by the subtle vanilla and toast notes imparted by the oak. The finish is long and satisfying. Learn More

Quinoa is a South American grain crop grown for its seeds. Quinoa adds an earthy and nutty flavor to the whiskey. Quinoa seeds comes in red, white, and black varieties. This whiskey uses red and white quinoa grains. Learn More

Crown Royal Black is a rich and flavorful blend of Canadian whisky. All the signature smoothness of Crown Royal, matured in charred oak barrels and blended at a higher proof for a richer texture and bold finish. Learn More

Crown Royal is a Canadian Blended Whiskey that was created in 1939 to celebrate a visit from King George VI & Queen Elizabeth of England. Royal Crown is produced from a blend of 50 whiskies made from milled corn, rye and malted barley, then distilled to the highest standards. It is then aged in seasoned and new white oak barrels and only bottle when the master distiller decides. Learn More

Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye combines the distinctive flavor of Canadian rye grain with the unmistakable smoothness of Crown Royal for a truly exceptional Canadian whisky. Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye is the first Canadian Whisky to earn World Whisky of the Year in Jim Murray’s Annual Whisky Bible 2016. Learn More

Crown Royal XO furthers the signature blend from 50 of their finest whiskies, and then finishes them in cognac casks. Resulting in both an extraordinarily complex and smooth expression, Crown Royal XO is an elegant whisky that is deliciously balanced with hints of vanilla, spice and rich dry fruit. Learn More

Dark, robust color with a nose of deep florals, fruit and spices. Forward pepper yields to the port fruit on the mid-palate, complemented by cinnamon and cloves. Coats the tongue and finishes with black cherry. Well-balanced and smooth, pairing perfectly with fine cheeses and charcuterie. Learn More

Deep reddish-brown hue yields to a rich nose of orange, cinnamon, pepper and vanilla – evolving as it opens. Leads with up-front spice to mid-palate dryness with the delicate finish of sweet vermouth on the back of the tongue. Round, complex flavor delivered in layers and demanding to be savored. Learn More

Floral and spicy on the nose with a well-balanced mouth feel and flavor up-front and back-end spice, cinnamon on the mid-palate. Underlying notes of dried fruit and black cherry with hints of tobacco, vanilla and oak. Learn More

Primary hit of delicate malt breaks down into waves of lavender, goldenrod and apple — tastes first of matchstick and white cherry, finishing in white raspberry seed and mild anise. Learn More

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