The Controversy of Crown Royal Blenders’ Mash

Crown Royal Blenders' Mash is a unique blend of whiskies that was released in 2018. This limited edition was created as part of Crown Royal's “The Blenders' Series” line of , wich aims to showcase the art of blending different whiskies to create a new and exciting flavor profile.

The Blenders' Mash is a blend of select Crown Royal whiskies that have been aged in new oak . The new oak barrels impart a rich and complex flavor profile to the whiskey, with notes of creamy vanilla, toasted oak, and dried orchard fruit.

One of the unique aspects of Crown Royal Blenders' Mash is the fact that it is a blend of different Canadian whiskies, each with their own distinct flavor profile. The master blenders at Crown Royal carefully select and blend these whiskies to create a harmonious and balanced flavor profile that is both complex and approachable.

The Blenders' Mash is a smooth and easy-drinking whiskey, with a rich and creamy mouthfeel that is sure to please even the most discerning whiskey connoisseur. It can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in a classic whiskey cocktail.

Crown Royal Blenders' Mash is a testament to the art of whiskey blending. It showcases the skill and expertise of Crown Royal's master blenders, who have created a unique and delicious whiskey that is sure to impress. Whether you're a seasoned whiskey drinker or just starting to explore the world of Canadian whisky, Crown Royal Blenders' Mash is a must-try for anyone looking for a new and exciting flavor experience.

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Comparing Crown Royal Blenders Mash and Bourbon Mash

Crown Royal Blenders' Mash and Mash are two different whiskeys. While both are part of Crown Royal's “The Blenders' Series” line of whiskeys, the Blenders' Mash is a blend of select Crown Royal whiskies, while the Bourbon Mash is a blend of Crown Royal whiskies and bourbons. The Bourbon Mash is called so because it contains a higher percentage of bourbon mash bill whiskies than the Blenders' Mash. The Crown Royal Bourbon Mash has a unique flavor profile that combines the smoothness of Canadian whiskies with the bold, rich flavors of American bourbons.

Is Crown Royal Bourbon Mash Still Available?

Crown Royal Bourbon Mash was a limited edition Canadian whisky that was released in 2016 and discontinued in 2017. This whisky was a unique blend of Crown Royal's signature whisky and bourbon that was aged in new oak barrels. Despite its popularity, the company decided not to continue producing it after the limited edition run was over. Therefore, it is no longer available for purchase in the market.

What Type of Mash Does Crown Royal Use?

Crown Royal, a Canadian whisky, uses a mashbill that is technically a bourbon mashbill consisting of 64% corn, 31.5% , and 4.5% malted barley. However, it is important to note that bourbon can only be produced in America. The brand initially used the name ‘Bourbon Mash' on its label, but the TTB reversed its decision and prohibited the use of this term. Crown Royal uses a mashbill that is similar to bourbon, but it cannot be classified as bourbon due to its country of origin.


Crown Royal Bourbon Mash is a unique and flavorful whisky that was part of the brand's limited edition Blenders' Series line. Despite its controversial name, the blend of Crown Royal's signature whisky and bourbon mashbill aged in new oak barrels resulted in a creamy, vanilla, and dried orchard fruit flavor with hints of allspice and toasted oak. While it was discontinued in 2017, this whisky continues to be a favorite among those who were able to try it. Crown Royal has once again proven its expertise in blending and creating a unique and memorable whisky experience.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.