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Crown Royal Collectors – A place for crown royal enthusiasts to hang out


Ok everyone here it is!!!! The best way I could put a list together of all the crown royals ever made! With pics for reference! Any questions on any of the bottles or info, don’t hesitate to ask!! Cheers!

Also some rules around here:
1.    Don’t be a dick.
2.    Keep every sale public, this is how we see the trend in prices on bottles, only pm payment and address info.
3.    ISO means “in search of”, BIN means “buy it now”.
4.    Any questions feel free to ask an admin, Kyle Kaptein, Austin Elzey and Michael Raymond Kettman.
5.    ABSOLUTELY NO “In search of” posts about Crown Royal Purple Cap.
6.    NO politics, no bullshit…. this is a hobby group of crown royal drinkers.  Keep it that way
7.    Bottles, blankets, glasses and bags can all be sold and bought here, everything else put on ebay.
8.    NO Sports bashing!!!
9.    If you want to sell bottles, please post pics and prices, whether it be a BIN price, auction or mega/powerball
10.    Payments must be made within 24 hours of purchase/auction end.  Failure to do so is grounds for removal.
Kyle Kaptein
CRC Admin


Crown Royal Beginnings

In 1939, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth made history when they became the first reigning monarchs to visit Canada, arriving by boat and traveling the vast North American distance by train.

Upon hearing the historic news, a Canadian spirits entrepreneur set out to craft a whisky suited for the Royal Couple – an exceptionally generous gift fit for royalty. With perfection on his mind, he meticulously trialed more than 600 blends before outfitting the final product in a cut-glass decanter and regal purple bag with gold stitching. The whisky he presented to the King and Queen was an exquisitely smooth blend of roughly fifty whiskies which became known, fittingly, as Crown Royal.

The train carrying the monarchs was stocked with 10 cases of the royal blend and rumors of the unrivaled whisky fit for a King quickly spread. Crown Royal was released in the United States in the 1960s and has since become the top selling Canadian whisky.
To this day, every drop of Crown Royal is crafted to meet the same uncompromising standards, making it, to many discerning palates, the finest whisky of all.
  • Crown Royal first came into production in 1939
  • Crown Royal first came to the US in 1964
  • Tax strips on Crown Royal are the year they were distilled not when they were bottled
    • 1950’s and 60’s were roughly 10 years old
    • 1970’s and 80’s were roughly 9 years old