Canadian Club

70cl / 40%
  • Canadian Whisky
Canadian Club
Web Exclusive Price £18.15 £15.13 ex VAT
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A giant of Canadian whisky, created in 1858 and spending six long years in oak before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour.


Canadian Club Reviews

39 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    7 June

    I have about 20 old bottles, the oldest tax label is 1945. Have 3 30year old in the blue presentation boxes 2008. Also some new style 9 and 12 small batches just need dock 57 and the new Rye love CC been drink it since 1972 when was stationed in Cyprus getting harder it find in the UK. CC need more of a promotion in the UK I Agree with RT of Beds

  • 5
    15 May

    So good, I can''t help but help myself.

  • 5
    15 February

    tried them back to basics....Canadian Club is the best. Period

  • 5
    23 June 2014

    First sampled this whisky in the 70's in New Zealand. My favourite tipple was called a Rye & Dry. Now it is Canadian and cola. However you have it, amazing. But almost impossible to find in the North East. Thank goodness for your company.

  • 5
    20 June 2014

    I have a 61 year old vintage bottle of 1953 Canadian Club Whisky (Hiram Walker & Son)unopened complete with all the labels and seal 1 quart or 1 liter? Was stored in a cool cellar since new. Very Nice Condition. Anyone interested in making an offer? [email protected]

  • 14 February 2014

    first tried in the 80's,smooth. Had good promotion then, needs promoting again now JD is the run away.

  • 9 December 2013

    CC & 7up over ice, what more could you want?

  • 20 October 2013

    If I was only allowed one whiskey for the rest of my life (as in if I was only allowed to buy one, not some magic supply) it would probably be this. Good on the rocks or straight up and equally good with soda water or a dry ginger. I love this stuff.

  • 27 January 2013

    Canadian Club is one of my favorite shots; it goes well with Molson or Labatts, of course.

  • 16 December 2012

    I grew up near the CC distillery where my Dad worked in Walkerville. The smell of cooking mash for the CC is one of my earliest sensory memories. In fact, I did a stint working there while a student, dishing out free drinks to distillery tourists. The training was very specific: one was not allowed to corrupt the CC with anything other than ice, water, Canada Dry ginger ale and, after a frown, Coca Cola. The ginger and cola were not an option if the order was for CC Classic.

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