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    Canadians - what to get at Vancouver airport?

    Just found out my parents are going to Alaska....good for them. That means they can buy me some booze.

    Does anyone know if Canadian Club 30yo would be available at Vancouver airport? Otherwise I would be thinking of Crown Royal SR or Cask #16?

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    Scott
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    Re: Canadians - what to get at Vancouver airport?

    I'm not sure if the CC 30yr was ever available at Vancouver airport but it seems to have disappeared from Canada in general. Binnys still has it listed though!

    Thomas

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    Re: Canadians - what to get at Vancouver airport?

    Yeah I saw that Thomas.....$200
    I think I will settle for a Parkers 27yo for that price!

    Scott
    "I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day" - Frank Sinatra

 

 

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