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Canadian Club Distillery

During the 1830s, Hiram Walker began distilling cider vinegar in his grocery store and laid down his first barrel of whisky in 1854. Four years later, Hiram established a distillery in Detroit, though with the advent of prohibition in the area, he moved his operations to Windsor in Ontario. It was here that he developed Walkerville, a township with a diversified economy and one that saw the conception of several industries. The whisky became very popular and a back bar favourite at many a gentlemen’s club in the US and Canada, thus the name ‘Club Whisky’ was born.

The whisky was always marketed as a high end product, smooth and well-aged. Indeed, Hiram aged his whisky for five years which was, at the time, unheard of. To try and thwart the rapidly increasing competition presented by Hiram Walker, the American distillers petitioned for the word ‘Canadian’ to be included on the bottle. They had their way, but it posed little hindrance. In 1890, the whisky was officially labeled ‘Canadian Club Whisky’. Four years later, the American government passed the ‘bottled in bond’ law. Whiskies now had to bear their age and further improved Canadian Club’s fortunes. The distillery was passed down to Hiram Walker’s son following his death in 1899. During Prohibition, Al Capone smuggled many cases of Canadian Club. Today, the distillery is under the watchful eye of Jim Beam and is their fourth best selling product.

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1970

76cl, 43.4%

A 1970 bottling of Canadian Club 6 Year Old blended whisky - what a good way to start the seventies! This rare, antique bottle has been looked after rather well over the years (as you would, wouldn't…  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1970

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1979

75cl, 40%

Canadian Club 6 Year Old blended whisky, produced in the year 1979, the same year that Alien and Mad Max were released. A good year for film! Sadly for this rare bottle, it has lived quite a life and…  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1979

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1980

75cl, 40%

A bottle of classic Canadian Club whisky dating from 1980, labelled as 6 years old.  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1980

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1984

75cl, 40%

A rare 6 year old Canadian Club from Hiram Walker dating from 1984 that doesn't come in their usual bottle. This bottle was part of a private collection. More detailed information and…  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky - 1984

Canadian Club 6 Year Old (Boxed) - 1974

75cl, 40%

For fans of antique Canadian whisky and German electronic music, this is a treat! It's a bottle of Canadian Club 6 Year Old produced in 1974 - the year that Kraftwerk released their excellent album…  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old (Boxed) - 1974
$234.69

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky (40%) - 1973

75cl, 40%

A 1973 bottling of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky, bottled at 40% ABV. This was produced the same year that 'Enter the Dragon' was released in cinemas. This is relevant because all Bruce Lee films…  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky (40%) - 1973

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky (43.4%) - 1977

75cl, 43.4%

A bottle of 6 year old Canadian Club whisky, which we reckon was produced in 1977. A neat collectible, and ought to make a great gift for any Canadian friends born in 1977... This bottle was part…  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky (43.4%) - 1977

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky (1L) - 1977

100cl, 40%

This collectible bottle of Canadian Club 6 Year Old was produced in 1977 and bottled during the early 1980s. Possibly distilled to the sounds of 'Rumours' by Fleetwood Mac, released the same year...  More info

Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky (1L) - 1977

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