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Black Velvet blended whisky, all the way from Canada, has been around for a good long while. We have some great antique bottlings on offer if you want to see how it used to taste way back when.
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 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
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
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. More info
A bottling of Black Velvet Canadian whisky produced by Schenley in Quebec, complete with original tube, dating from around 1972. More info
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
A rather stylish bottle of Black Velvet Canadian Rye Whisky, produced in 1967. Very cool stuff. More info
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 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