Canadian whisky is undergoing a renaissance despite a slightly confusing rye labelling issue. In Canada, whisky must be aged three years, and any Canadian whisky may be referred to generically as rye. In the US, a rye whiskey must have a rye content of 51% but the age requirement is only two years for a whisky to be called a straight rye. Read More »
A very old bottle of Canadian Club from the early part of the 20th century. The label is as seen in the picture and we've been able to narrow down its bottling year thanks to the Ottawa tax strip on top of the capsule.