Crown Royal has released the third expression in its Noble Collection, Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash, a rare stock of the Canadian whisky made with a corn-forward mash bill.

Carefully aged in new, charred American oak barrels for no less than 13 years, this is the first age statement offered from the Canadian whisky brand, the world’s best selling Canadian Whisky. It is a rare stock of Canadian Whisky made with a mash bill of 60% corn, 36% rye and 4% barley malt, and is one of the five unique whiskies that comprise of Crown Royal’s signature blends. The complexity of the liquid intensifies with the aging process, bringing out richer and deeper notes of caramel and fruit. This remarkably smooth and layered whisky is hand selected from reserve stock, revealing its noble roots with every sip.

The Crown Royal Noble Collection is a series of limited annual releases that celebrates the skilled craftsmanship of thier distillers and blenders, and their dedication to the art of creating extraordinary whiskies.

Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash, and each Noble Collection expression to follow, will be available nationwide in limited quantities and will provide an opportunity for the Crown Royal distillers and blenders to experiment with different techniques offering unique, limited edition whisky.

Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash, bottle on white

Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash

  • Appearance: Amber
  • Nose: Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash begins with a nose of orchid fruits, butterscotch with a hint of toasted oak
  • Taste: Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash encompasses the taste of rich caramel, vanilla and toffee notes
  • Look and Feel: Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash is packaged in a sleek bottle with a crystal-cut style base and a re-sealable cork top. A thick, purple bag with gold accents encases a bottle and the carton is a rich purple with an iridescent glow

Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash was named Best Canadian Whisky and received a Double Gold Medal at the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

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