Canadian Whisky Awards crown a Crown Royal the Best Canadian Whisky 2022
Crown Royal Nobel Collection Winter Wheat is the winner of the Canadian spirits competition
The Canadian whisky experts. The well-known author and whisky expert Davin de Kergommeaux initiated the competition. He is also head judge of the non-for-profit competition. To take part in the Canadian Whisky Awards, a whisky must have been distilled and aged in Canada.Awards took place for the twelfth time. More than 150 Canadian whiskies were tasted and rated by a jury of 9 independent
Outstanding winner Diageo
The Canadian Whisky 2022, the Crown Royal Nobel Collection Winter Wheat also won Best and Sippin' Whisky of the Year. Crown Royal Blender, Joanna Zanin Scandella, also received a Lifetime Achievement Award for her successful work.Awards award titles and medals in many different categories. In addition to the main award for Best Canadian
The Crown Royal Nobel Collection Winter Wheat was distilled at Diageo's Gimli Distillery of the Year at the awards. With the Blender of the Year title going to Diageo's Montreal blending lab, where among others the Crown Royal Whisky is blended, the spirits company can arguably be considered the standout winner of this competition.in Manitoba, which was named
Whisky for the Canadian market as well for export taken into the focus
But numerous other companies and distilleries are also happy about their awards: The title "Innovation of the Year" was awarded to the Forty Creek Master's Cut. JP Wiser's Red Letter 15-Year-Old can boast the award " Whisky of the Year - Canada Exclusive”. The not unimportant export was also considered at the Canadian Whisky Awards: Black Velvet Original is "Best Value in the export market".
„The judges' results are confirmed every day on liquor store shelves across North America and around the world," said Davin de Kergommeaux.
The full list of this year's Canadian Whisky Awards winners can be found on the competition‘s homepage here.
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