crown royal northern harvest rye

Posted On June 3, 2016 By In Food and Drink For Men, Manzone

Give Your Dad a Special Whisky Gift this Father’s Day!


Father’s Day 2016 is quickly approaching, and as we get closer to June 19th, you need to start thinking about what to get your father for the holiday. One thing that most dads love is some quality whisky, and our friends at Crown Royal have a perfect gift to make your dad’s Father’s Day this year a special one.

The #1 Dad in the world deserves a bottle of the #1 whisky in the world – as according to Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible. Crowned with this honor for 2016, Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye is a blend of 90% rye whisky that embodies a smooth and spicy flavor profile mixed into traditional rye cocktails, or enjoyed neat or on the rocks.

Not only will your Dad receive an extremely coveted whisky, Crown Royal is offering a special option to personalize its iconic bag this Father’s Day. All you have to do is visit, enter the code CROWNFATHERS, customize your bag and you’ll receive a free embroidered bag between 7-10 business days (valid for one customer, June 3 – June 19). This makes the gift one that will be treasured in the short term, while providing your dad with a long term memory of your gift as well. That is what we call a win-win situation.

Crown Royal Father's Day

If Dad is into cocktails, we’ve included a delicious Northern Harvest Buck recipe below to whip up on his special day.

We hope all the awesome dads out there have a fantastic Father’s Day filled with love…and whisky! Check out the recipe below.

Northern Harvest Buck


-1.25  oz. Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye Whisky

-0.75  oz. lime juice

-3  oz. ginger beer

-2  dashes aromatic bitters

Preparation: Combine Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye and lime juice in a shaker. Add ice. Shake well. Strain into a highball glass over fresh ice. Top with ginger beer. Garnish with a lime wheel and bitters

northern harvest buck cocktail

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