Travel north of the border and you'll often find Crown Royal whiskey touted by Canadian consumers over Jack Daniel's. Crown Royal, a Canadian company that first introduced its blended whiskey in 1939, has a product line that includes a number of varieties. Whether you enjoy a shot of Crown Royal on its own or prefer the whiskey in a mixed drink, expect to consume around 100 calories per serving.
Black Packs the Biggest Punch
The calories in Crown Royal whiskey vary according to the specific product. Traditional Crown Royal contains 96 calories per 1.5-ounce serving, as does Crown Royal's Special Reserve product. Each of these whiskeys has 40 percent alcohol by volume. Crown Royal Maple contains 101 calories per 1.5-ounce serving and 40 percent alcohol by volume. Crown Royal Black has the highest caloric and alcohol content of any Crown Royal product, with 109 calories per 1.5-ounce serving and 45 percent alcohol by volume.