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Booze for a party

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by reado, Oct 13, 2006.


    HEWSINATOR Well-Known Member

    Apr 21, 2006
    to base their marketing on branding and not actual product categories.

    Canadian Club and Crown Royal may be rye whiskeys (and worthy additions to any liquor cabinet) but that's not the first name that comes to mind when
    discussing these products.

    Well in Canada, the term Rye is used way mroe than whiskey. If I go the bar, I (and others) order a "rye and coke." Maybe the drink itself is just more popular here. I would say it is much more common for somebody to show up with a bottle of Crown or Royal Reserve (Ryes) in oppose to Jack Daniels.

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