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Conor McGregor’s Proper No. Twelve whiskey now available in Canada

Canadians can now add the "Notorious" whiskey to their liquor cabinets

Former UFC champion and now Eire Born Spirits founder-chairman Conor McGregor announced today that his Proper No. Twelve whiskey is now available in Canada.

“I am proud to bring Proper No. Twelve to Canada where many of my fans and friends live,” McGregor said in a press release. “Many thousands of Canadians have asked for Proper, and we have now delivered our delicious blend of golden grain and single malt.  This is pure liquid gold aged four years in Bourbon barrels.”

Proper No. Twelve is now available in the provinces of Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, and Yukon Territory. It will be available in the rest of Canada soon.

Canada now joins the countries of Ireland, United States, U.K., and Australia in availability.

“Proper No. Twelve is a Proper Irish Whiskey from a Proper Irish Man!  The name Proper No. Twelve pays homage to where I was born and bred in the Dublin suburb of Crumlin, Dublin 12 – it is a proper whiskey and Twelve is where it began for me,” McGregor added. “My success can be traced from the lessons I learned growing up in D12, the values of loyalty and hard work, the ‘One For All’ mentality.  It is a brand made for all, not the select few.”

McGregor (21-4-0), who recently turned 31, is known for being the first UFC dual featherweight and lightweight champion. His last UFC bout was a loss to lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 in October 2018. He was recently challlenged by Jorge Masvidal to a fight on social media

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Kenai is a former Postmedia Network online news and sports editor. He is the Editor-in-Chief for MMA Crossfire.
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