Bottled since 1858, Canadian Club was originally known as ‘Club Whisky’ because of its popularity in gentleman’s clubs. It was prohibition that truly put Canadian whisky on the map. While US Spirit production was essentially shut down, Canadian Club boomed in the US as it was smuggled illicitly across the border.
A giant of Canadian whisky, created in 1858 and spending six long years in oak before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour.
Lighter and smoother than its peers. It is considered a blended whiskey because a base spirit is mixed with finished whiskies to create this Blended Whisky.
Crown Royal® is the standard of excellence for Canadian whisky. It is an extraordinary blend of 50 full-bodied Canadian whiskies, matured to perfection.
Seagram’s VO is a classic Canadian whisky blend, made with spirit of at least 6 years of age. It is said the blend was created after a post-prandial conversation amongst the Seagram family; the letters “VO” might well stand for “very own”, as in, their very own blend.