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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.

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1973

95cl, 0%
Black Velvet

From the year 1973 comes this bottle of Black Velvet, a Canadian whisky blend. Fittingly presented in a sleek black presentation tin, of course. It's not made of velvet though, unfortunately.…  More info

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1973
$246.06

Canadian Club Classic 12 Year Old (1.14L) - 1975

114cl, 40%
Canadian Club

A fancy-looking bottle of Canadian Club Classic 12 Year Old, produced in the year 1975. That's the same year Michael Bublé was born, who is also Canadian. What a world. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Canadian Club Classic 12 Year Old (1.14L) - 1975
$322.96

Canadian Club Classic 12 Year Old (Boxed) - 1978

75cl, 40%
Canadian Club

A very swanky bottle of Canadian Club Classic 12 Year Old from 1978, with the sculpted decanter complete with shiny gold presentation box. It's quite the looker, this one. This bottle was part of…  More info

Canadian Club Classic 12 Year Old (Boxed) - 1978
$287.07

Canadian Club Whisky

70cl, 40%
Canadian Club

The renowned Canadian whisky, married in white oak barrels. Canadian Club was founded by whisky mogul Hiram Walker.  More info

Canadian Club Whisky
67
$20.45

Lot 40 Cask Strength - Third Edition

70cl, 57%
Lot 40

The third release in Lot 40's Cask Strength series. This time, a portion of the fantastic Canadian rye whiskey has enjoyed a finishing period in new French oak barrels, and it has been bottled up at…  More info

Lot 40 Cask Strength - Third Edition
2
$72.85

Lot 40 Rye Whisky

70cl, 43%
Lot 40

Lot 40 Rye is a legendary Canadian rye whisky that is produced in a single copper pot still. At some point during the 2000s, Lot 40 Rye was discontinued, which caused quite a stir among whisky…  More info

Lot 40 Rye Whisky
15
$32.99
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Pike Creek 10 Year Old

70cl, 42%
Pike Creek

Pike Creek 10 Year Old is a top notch Canadian whisky which gets treated to a finishing period in rum barrels before bottling (previously Pike Creek was finished in Port casks, though the produced…  More info

Pike Creek 10 Year Old
31
$29.08
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Seagram's 7 Crown (1.75L) - 1980s

175cl, 40%
Seagram's

A rather large 175cl bottling of Seagram's 7 Crown American whiskey. We reckon this blend was produced in the 1980s. There's even the number seven wearing a crown on the label, and we appreciate the…  More info

Seagram's 7 Crown (1.75L) - 1980s
$287.07

Seagram's V.O.

70cl, 40%
Seagram's

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…  More info

Seagram's V.O.
17
$30.91

Seagram’s V.O. Canadian Whisky (1.14L) - 1975

1cl, 0%
Seagram's

A collectible bottle of Seagram's V.O. Canadian Whisky, released in 1975 - the perfect gift for the Canadian you know who was born in 1975. Everyone has that friend, right? Please note that the…  More info

Seagram’s V.O. Canadian Whisky (1.14L) - 1975
$102.53

Signal Hill

70cl, 40%
Signal Hill

A blended whisky all the way from Canada! Signal Hill is made from Canadian corn and barley, and blended with waters from Newfoundland. The whisky is aged in new white oak casks, first-fill bourbon…  More info

Signal Hill
4
$36.68

100 Pipers - 1970s

Seagram's

The 100 Pipers blended whisky has since become the Black Watch blend, but this bottle comes from the 1970s, when it was still named after Bonnie Prince Charlie’s 1745 uprising, which was led by one…  More info

100 Pipers - 1970s

8 Seconds 8 Year Old Black

75cl, 40%
8 Seconds

An 8 year old blended Canadian whisky named 'Black' as it's darker than their regular 8 Seconds release.  More info

8 Seconds 8 Year Old Black

8 Seconds Blended Whisky

75cl, 40%
8 Seconds

Yee-hawww, it's some Canadian rodeo whisky! It's aged in oak barrels.  More info

8 Seconds Blended Whisky
$38.67

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky

70cl, 40%
Black Velvet

Not produced Mississippi in the middle of a dry spell, nor from sparkling wine and stout, no this is Canadian whisky! A great blend first introduced in 1951, you'll be always wanting more, it'll…  More info

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky
4
$29.21

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1967

71cl, 40%
Black Velvet

A rather stylish bottle of Black Velvet Canadian Rye Whisky, produced in 1967. Very cool stuff.  More info

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1967

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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Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1972

70cl, 40%
Black Velvet

A bottling of Black Velvet Canadian whisky produced by Schenley in Quebec, complete with original tube, dating from around 1972. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more…  More info

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1972

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

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1979

100cl, 40%
Black Velvet

This is a 1982 bottling of Black Velvet from Canada. It was given its name due to the "velvet-like" taste, as described in the 1940s by Master Distiller Jack Napier. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1979

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1983

70cl, 40%
Black Velvet

A 1983 bottling of the famous Canadian whisky, Black Velvet, named in the '40s by Master Distiller Jack Napier who declared the whisky to have a velvety taste. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky - 1983

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky 1l

100cl, 40%
Black Velvet

A 1 litre bottling of Black Velvet Canadian whisky! Here's a fun fact for you to bust out at parties - Black Velvet was originally called Black Label, but the name was changed back in the 1940s as…  More info

Black Velvet Canadian Whisky 1l
1
$30.85

Black Velvet Reserve 8 Year Old

100cl, 40%
Black Velvet

Black Velvet Reserve is creted by blending both unaged and aged corn and rye before maturing the result for 8 years. A step up from the incredibly popular regular Black Velvet Canadian whisky (which…  More info

Black Velvet Reserve 8 Year Old
7
$34.05

Campbell & Cooper Classic Canadian Whisky

75cl, 43.4%
Campbell & Cooper

Campbell & Copper is a brand of Canadian whisky which is not often seen on these shores - their Classic expression is bottled at 43.4% ABV.  More info

Campbell & Cooper Classic Canadian Whisky

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

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