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Canadian Blended Whisky

The majority of whisky from Canada is blended, often distilled from a mix of grains with a good proportion of rye. The area is also home to some fine single malt distilleries, which have been very well regarded, among these there is the Glenora distillery. Hiram Walker was a great pioneer of the Canadian whisky industry. He established the Canadian Club brand, and even built his own town in Ontario called Walkerville. Canadian Club is perhaps the most famed brand, and is a very rounded blended whisky.

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Seagram's 100 Pipers
(75cl, 40%)
This, now discontinued, blended whisky is named after the number of pipers who preceded Bonnie Prince Charlie into battle.  More info
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$89.51
Seagram's 'Very Own' blended whisky, containing whiskies that are at least 6 years old. This rare bottling dates from 1979.  More info
$117.29
Seagram's Canadian Whisky from the generally quite disappointing year 1984. We were promised all sorts of animals rising up and becoming people. Or is that another George Orwell book? Oh well, at...  More info
$117.29
This 1980's bottle of Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky is a brilliant collectible piece, as it come with the original presentation box, which has been well preserved.  More info
$117.29
A rare bottle of Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whiskey from 1979. All the way from Canada!  More info
$117.29
Complete with its presentation box, this early 1980s bottling of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky is a hard to find collectible.  More info
$117.29
This Canadian whisky was made in the 1960's at the Schenley distillery in Valleyfield, Quebec. This is still a multiple award winning whisky to this day and this is bottle has the added cachet of...  More info
$117.29
Schenley O.F.C. 8 Year Old Canadian Whisky is a brand that does not get seen very much these days, but you can still find antique bottlings, like this one from 1982 made for international market.  More info
$156.38
Canadian Club Whisky is enjoyed all around the world. Just take a look at the fancy presentation box that comes with the bottle of the 6 year old blend in 1974. It's got a whole list of countries...  More info
$156.38
Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky from the year The Godfather was released, 1972. These two things have nothing in common other than the year they were released and that they are both fantastic.  More info
$156.38
Is the presentation box of this Canadian Club 6 Year Old from 1983 what Justin Timberlake was writing about when he made 'Suit & Tie'? Perhaps (although perhaps not).  More info
$156.38
This bottle of Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whiskey comes from 1966, the year that England won the World Cup. That has nothing to do with Canada, but we're still very proud of it.  More info
$156.38
Black Velvet - 1973
(70cl, 43%)
Black Velvet sounds like a risqué movie from 1973, but it's actually a Canadian blended whisky, and this one just so happens to be from 1973. What are the odds?  More info
$156.38
Black Velvet was first produced in 1951 in Toronto as a part of the 'Velvet' range. The Toronto distillery was owned by Gilbey's who produced the famous gin and at one point owned twenty-two...  More info
$175.93
This rather ostentatious fellow is a 1975 bottle of Crown Royal Canadian Whisky. You can certainly imagine this rare antique sitting on the drinks trolley of Canadian royalty. Could that be you? Are...  More info
$195.48
An ancient Schenley O.F.C. 6 Year Old Blended Canadian Whisky from 1965. They also produced 'Schenley's Black Death' during the second World War, but don't let that put you off!  More info
$195.48
This Schenley Reserve American Whiskey has been reserved since the 1960s. We think that's long enough, don't you?  More info
$195.48
As with everything imported from Canada, like maple syrup and Newfoundland dogs, Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky is pretty awesome. This bottle dates from 1974.  More info
$195.48
In 1970, Seagram's sold 32 million cases of their 7 Crown American whiskey! Whilst this figure would fall dramatically in later decades, this 1970s bottling would have been extremely popular indeed -...  More info
$195.48
This is one for all you Mad Men fans out there. A Canadian Club from the 1960s, exactly as Don Draper would have enjoyed it. The label is badly damaged unfortunately, which would not go down well on...  More info
$195.48
Canadian whisky holds a big place in many people's hearts, which is why we're proud to present this antique bottle of Schenley O.F.C. 8 Year Old Canadian Whisky from the 1970s.  More info
$195.48
Oh Canada! They have made some brilliant whiskies over the years, including Schenley O.F.C. 8 Year Old. This antique bottling of the great, Canadian spirit was bottled in 1967.  More info
$195.48
An extremely old and rare bottling of the popular Canadian Club Whisky dating from 1959!  More info
$234.57
This is a rare bottle of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky, all the way from Canada and all the way from 1966! Yes, it is indeed wrapped in cellophane, presumably to protect it from dust and other...  More info
$234.57
This ancient bottle of Seagram's V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky comes from 1957, the same year that one of the world's greatest movies, '12 Angry Men', was released. Movie buffs, this one's for you.  More info
$234.57
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