Collingwood Whisky Prices and Buyer’s Guide

There are good bottles of Collingwood whisky, and then there are stellar bottles of Collingwood alcohol.

This guide will help give you an overview of what Collingwood has to offer. 

Which bottles cost what? Which bottles are best? Most loved? Most Rare? Most Expensive?

And more.

Later, you’ll find we’ve summarized a short history of the prestigious brand for you so that in 5 minutes, you can pretend to be an expert. 😉

Note: the prices are in US Dollars, and for the US market, if you are outside of the US, the prices may vary; we will, however, include links to the best place to buy your ideal bottle of Collingwood in your country.

How much is a bottle of Collingwood?

Let’s start by answering the most basic question simply:

The most commonly bought bottle of Collingwood is the Collingwood Blended Canadian Whisky 750ml and costs $36.99. 

What is the most expensive bottle of Collingwood?

The most expensive bottle of Collingwood whisky is Collingwood Double-Barreled. It costs $53.09.

Now that you have the simplest answer to the simplest questions, below you’ll find the prices and sizes of the entire range of Collingwood whisky, their sizes, prices, and later on, a buyer’s guide.


Collingwood Whisky Standard Bottles and Prices

Here is the list of Collingwood whisky bottles and prices.

NumberNamesPrice (750ml)
1Collingwood Blended Canadian Whisky$36.99
2Collingwood Double-Barreled$53.09

Collingwood is a whisky brand that offers only two original whiskies in various sizes. Let us now learn about them in detail.

Collingwood Blended Canadian Whisky

The whisky is full-flavored alcohol with a complex texture and a clean finish. The finish has a toasted Maplewood hint that makes it incredibly smooth and has a rich taste. The whisky is ideal for sipping, having it on the rocks, or putting it into light cocktails since it is very versatile with what you can do with it. The aroma has delicate vanilla, caramel, and butterscotch notes with a fruit and floral character. It has a creamy flavor and a prickly vibrancy giving way to faint maple hints giving it a complex taste and feel. The retail price for a 750ml is $36.99

Collingwood Double-Barreled

Double Barreled is made from a single type of whisky. The spirit is matured in oak barrels, decanted, and then finished in heavily toasted and lightly charred oak barrels to mature it further. It then gets rested in stainless steel, marrying vats with toasted Maplewood staves. The extended maturation creates tastes of cinnamon spice, toasted oak, and dried orchard fruits. It has a smooth and warm finish with a smooth and intricate flavor. The retail price for a 750ml is $53.09.

About Collingwood

The Collingwood whisky is made at Canada’s longest uninterruptedly operated and owned distillery. It is located at Collingwood, Ontario. The whiskey made at their location has a storied history, giving the drink a sense of character. The whisky is light and crisp, making it ideal for sipping or putting in a lighter cocktail to make the experience even better.

The history behind Collingwood Whisky

The distillery started in 1967 to make Canadian whisky. In 1971 the distillery was purchased by Brown-Forman to make the Canadian Mist whisky. In 2011 under the Brown-Forman Master Distiller Chris Morris, the Collingwood distillery decided to launch a new artisanal brand, Collingwood Whisky, for the North American and international markets.    

What makes Collingwood unique?

The whisky has a signature lineage to its creation. The distillery has been making first-class whisky since 1967 and has only gotten superior with age. Collingwood Whisky is the artisanal creation of the distillery made using immaculate water and fresh grain from local farms. It is aged in high-quality hand-made barrels of oak. Once matured, it is rested with Maplewood staves, which gives it a unique maple character. 

Why is Collingwood so popular? 

The whisky has a unique crisp taste reminiscent of Maplewood, which is not found in another Canadian whisky. The drink is incredibly smooth and has no harshness whatsoever. It can be sipped neat, had on the rocks, or even put into a variety of cocktails. The smoothness also lends itself to be used in some food preparations as well. 

How best to drink Collingwood?

You can enjoy Collingwood whisky in the following ways,


Collingwood whisky is so pure and scrumptious that it flavors the best when consumed neat. So just make sure to splash a few drops of water to unlock the aromas of this Canadian whisky.

Room-temperature Collingwood shots

Shots are always a fun way to kick start a party or event. Collingwood whisky serves just the right purpose. Choose shot glasses of your choice and just bottoms up the amazing goodness.

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