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Canadian Whisky

Canadian whiskies are often referred to as Rye Whiskies, though rye need not be used. The majority of Canadian whiskies are blended and distilled from a selection of grains, which usually include a good proportion of rye alongside barley and corn. This style is greatly similar to Scotch blended whisky, save for the oft used rye. The spirit must be aged for at least three years. Canada also produces its own Single Malts which can be wonderfully distinctive. One of Canada’s whisky pioneers was Hiram Walker, who established his distillery in Detroit in 1858, later moving it to Ontario where he founded Walkerville, his own town. Hiram Walker created the brand Canadian Club, which has become globally popular. Such was Walker’s success that he established two whisky distilleries in Scotland.

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1984

75cl, 40%
Seagram's

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

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1984

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1979

75cl, 40%
Seagram's

Seagram's 'Very Own' blended whisky, containing whiskies that are at least 6 years old. This rare bottling dates from 1979.  More info

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1979

Schenley O.F.C. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1965

75cl, 43.4%
Schenley

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

Schenley O.F.C. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1965

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1974 (Christmas Packaging)

75cl, 43.4%
Canadian Club

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

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1974 (Christmas Packaging)
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Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1979

75cl, 40%
Seagram's

A rare bottle of Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whiskey from 1979. All the way from Canada!  More info

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1979

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1974

75cl, 43.4%
Seagram's

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

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1974

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1972

75cl, 43.4%
Canadian Club

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

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1972
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Schenley Reserve American Whiskey - 1960s

75cl, 43%
Schenley

This Schenley Reserve American Whiskey has been reserved since the 1960s. We think that's long enough, don't you?  More info

Schenley Reserve American Whiskey - 1960s

Seagram's V.O. 6 Year Old - 1983 (Christmas Packaging)

75cl, 43.4%
Seagram's

Canada loves Christmas! They've got snow, they've got fir trees and they've got Seagram's Canadian Whisky, so they've pretty much got everything they need for a good Christmas. Want to celebrate the…  More info

Seagram's V.O. 6 Year Old - 1983 (Christmas Packaging)

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - early 1980s

75cl, 43.4%
Canadian Club

Complete with its presentation box, this early 1980s bottling of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky is a hard to find collectible.  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - early 1980s

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1971

75cl, 43.4%
Canadian Club

Someone took very good care of this bottle of 1971 'C.C', or as it is more commonly known, Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky.  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1971

Seagram’s 7 Crown - 1970s

100cl, 40%
Seagram's

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

Seagram’s 7 Crown - 1970s

McGuinness Old Canada Whisky

74cl, 35%
McGuinness Distillers Ltd.

Tom McGuinness is a human who works for Master of Malt. This isn't his whisky though. No. Bad Tom. Drop it.  More info

McGuinness Old Canada Whisky
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Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky 1l - 1957

100cl, 43.4%
Canadian Club

A 1 litre bottling of Canadian Club from 1957, the same year Canadian wrestler Bret 'the Hitman' Hart was born!  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky 1l - 1957

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1973

70cl, 43%
Black Velvet

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

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1973

Seagram’s V.O. Canadian Whisky - 1948

75cl, 43.4%
Seagram's

A 1948 (!) bottling of Canadian blended whisky from Seagram's. 'V.O.' supposedly stands for 'Very Own' due to the fact that it was originally made for the Seagram's family. Incredibly rare and…  More info

Seagram’s V.O. Canadian Whisky - 1948

Canadian Club 113cl - 1972

113cl, 35%
Canadian Club

A rare 1972 bottling of Don Draper's favourite tipple, Canadian Club whisky. Produced by Hiram Walker, this large bottle has a volume of 113cl.  More info

Canadian Club 113cl - 1972

Schenley O.F.C. Canadian Whisky - 1960s

75cl, 0%
Schenley

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

Schenley O.F.C. Canadian Whisky - 1960s

McGuinness Gold Tassel 6 Year Old Canadian Whiskey - 1960s

71cl, 40%
McGuinness Distillers Ltd.

This is a six year old Canadian whisky from the 1960's. It even has a charming gold tassel!  More info

McGuinness Gold Tassel 6 Year Old  Canadian Whiskey - 1960s

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1970

114cl, 40%
Black Velvet

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

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1970
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Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1966

75cl, 43.4%
Seagram's

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

Seagram’s V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky - 1966
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Glen Breton Ice 10 Year Old

25cl, 57.2%
Glenora Distillery

A Canadian single malt from the Glenora distillery in Nova Scotia, bottled as Glen Breton. This bottling can proudly boast its status as the first 'Ice Wine' finished whisky. The ice wine barrels…  More info

Glen Breton Ice 10 Year Old
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Canadian Club Whisky - 1969

70cl, 40%
Canadian Club

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

Canadian Club Whisky - 1969
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Canadian Club Whisky 6 Year Old (Old Bottling) 1l

100cl, 40%
Canadian Club

A very old litre bottle of Canadian Club we acquired during our travels. This is mighty rare, and definitely a collectable if you're into your Canadian whisky.  More info

Canadian Club Whisky 6 Year Old (Old Bottling) 1l

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1961

76cl, 43.4%
Canadian Club

Six year old Canadian Club Whisky from all the way back in 1961, a year which looks the same upside down as it does right-side-up. In case you were wondering, this is called an ambigram. Fan of…  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1961

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