Crown Royal Bourbon Mash

A Crown Royal Mistake Turned Collector Item: Bourbon Mash

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From The Crown Royal Blender’s Series, Bourbon Mash has been all the talk around town. This Blended Canadian Whiskey is aged in a combination of ex-Bourbon and new charred American Oak Barrels. The result? A richly layered, perfectly balanced whiskey with the complexity of a bourbon and the signature smoothness of Crown Royal.

This bottle is a great gift for a Crown Royal Collector though. Why? Well if you’re keeping up than you would know that technically, they can’t call this a bourbon. Even though promotional materials clearly stated “This is NOT a bourbon,” the bottle’s label say’s Bourbon and that’s an infringement.

Crown Royal Bourbon Mash

Crown Royal was forced to pull the bottle and re-label it; however, a couple states including Indiana, we’re fortunate enough to receive a shipment of the Crown Royal Bourbon Mash with the original label! Meaning this bottle is a rarity.

Bourbon is a distinctive product of the US and declared by US Congress in 1964 and signed by President Lyndon B Johnson. NAFTA contains a section where Canada agreed to recognize Bourbon Whiskey as a distinctive product of the US. The law states that the word “bourbon” shall not be used to describe any whiskey-based distilled spirits not produced in the United States.

If you’re a Crown Royal collector or just have a thing for the rarities, stop by Payless Liquors and get your bottle of Bourbon Mash before we run out! You can also reserve a bottle here.

2 thoughts on “A Crown Royal Mistake Turned Collector Item: Bourbon Mash

  1. Tammy, Yay another beet hater! The weird thing is, I really do want to like them, as they are a very pretty vegetable. I. just. can”t! lol I agree with you, you can”t really go wrong with brisket, appricots and bourbon. Reallly, you put bourbon and apricots on anything and I will eat it Cheers and warm wishes for a fantastic Easter Weekend, my friend!!

  2. I adore peach and bourbon together, so it was natural for me to pair the two Southern flavors in this cocktail. Classic mint juleps can be a little strong if you’re not a bourbon drinker, and adding the peach makes this version slightly sweeter and easier on the palate. How about the Bourbon Vanilla Candied Pecans?

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