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Two Sazerac Canadian Whiskies win medals at Los Angeles Competition

August 13, 2015 Industry News
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Two of Sazerac’s Canadian Whiskies were awarded medals for demonstrating superior quality and taste at the 2015 Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition. Legacy Canadian Whisky received a silver medal and Caribou Crossing Single Barrel Canadian Whisky earned a bronze medal.

These whiskies were ranked among 365 spirits that were submitted from a total of 34 countries.

“To receive these medals among so many highly revered spirits across the world is a true honor,” says Kevin Richards, marketing director of whiskeys and specialty brands. “We are very pleased with our results.”

The Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition was formed in 2007, with an esteemed panel of judges using a blind-tasting method to award medals to the best distilled spirits from around the world. The award-winning entries will be displayed during the Los Angeles County Fair, September 4-27, in “The Wine, Beer & Spirits Marketplace.” 

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