45% ABV, 750 ml
"Canadian Club 41 Year is a limited edition Canadian whisky that was batched and barreled in 1977 and was blended with small additions of cognac, rye and sherry. As of 2018 it is the oldest whisky ever released by Canadian Club. It is the first limited edition release within the new Canadian Club series meant to pay homage to the brands history: CC Chronicles. As part of that series this release is also known as CC Chronicles Issue No. 1: Water of Windsor. The name pays homage to the brand's origin of Windsor, Ontario. It will be available across the United States in limited quantities as of November 2018 and is bottled at 45% ABV." 96 Points, The Distiller
"The Canadian Club Canadian whisky brand, owned by spirits giant Beam-Suntory, has been producing whisky in Canada for almost 160 years, making it something of a historical icon there. One imagines there is a lot of older whisky stock sitting around in their warehouses, much like one might see at older Scottish distilleries. Those there are now tapping some of the oldest they have available for bottling, unveiling a very limited edition 41 year old expression.
The new Canadian Club 41 Year Old, according to those behind it, is the oldest aged expression ever released by this brand. Barreled back in 1977, it is said to pay homage to the birthplace of Canadian Club in Windsor, Canada. It interestingly has been blended with subtle amounts of cognac, rye and sherry for what’s described as “depth and complexity.” It is bottled at 90 proof and presented in a special decanter-style vessel." The Whiskey Wash
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