May 16, 2018 – Royal Wedding Cocktails Fit for a Marriage.
The marriage of Meghan Markle to Prince Harry is a real life fairytale come true and Americans are justifiably very excited to watch one of their own marry her Prince Charming at Windsor Castle on Saturday. Wall to wall TV coverage is coming!
Fascination with the royal romance is worldwide and of course Canadians are really excited, being members of the Commonwealth of Nations (formerly British Commonwealth) and all. Crown Royal Canadian whisky believes that anyone who gets up at 5:00 a.m. Saturday morning deserves a reward. (That’s the East Coast, folks. Two a.m. on the West Coast is definitely DVR time.)
At that hour of the morning, something simple not requiring a lot of fiddling around and effort is called for. Get your morning grapefruit juice with Tie the Knot, or wake up with a shot of coffee in Here Comes the Bride. For a sugar high and lots of energy, unVEIL will do the trick.
We can all use a happy distraction and there’s nothing like a love story to make us feel all is right with the world. And you should know that Crown Royal is the most appropriate whisky to toast the royal couple. It was created in 1939 as a gift for Prince Harry’s great grandparents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the first reigning monarchs to visit Canada.
Tie The Knot
1.5 oz Crown Royal Deluxe
.5 oz honey
.75 oz. grapefruit juice
Method:Place Crown Royal Deluxe, honey and grapefruit juice in a shaker tin. Add ice and shake. Strain into an ice-filled rocks glass.
Here Comes The Bride
1.5 oz Crown Royal Vanilla
4 oz cold brew coffee
.5 oz. simple syrup
Method: Add Crown Royal Vanilla, cold brew and simple syrup to an ice-filled highball glass and stir.
1.5 oz Crown Royal XO
.25 oz maple syrup
Method: Add Crown Royal XO and maple syrup to a rocks glass. Add ice and stir.
April 5, 2020 – A couple of nights ago, a TV commentator scolded the liquor industry for not stepping up to help ameliorate the hand sanitizer shortage. Truth is, spirits, beer and wine companies are rushing to retool their plants to produce required 60 to 80 percent alcohol, and working with local manufacturers to get the product free of charge to first responders, hospitals, police and firefighters, warehouse workers, delivery drivers and others in need of protection. In many cases, distillers are producing and bottling finished hand sanitizer Besides answering...