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Hiram Walker are best known as producers of Canadian Club Whisky, of which we have a very large range of antique bottlings, and of course thier own-labelled brand of blended whiskies and other drinks including a Creme de Menthe!.
A bottle of Hiram Walker Doble-V, a blended whisky that was made for the Spanish market. If you look closely at the label, you'll see that the Doble-V actually looks like a W, which supposedly stands… More info
A bottle of Hiram Walker's wonderful Canadian Club 6 Year Old from the 1960s. More info
A wonderful and collectible bottle of C.C. 6 Year Old dating from the 1970s. More info
An old bottling of Canadian Club whisky that probably dates from the 1970s. It's an antique from a brand that's been en vogue since Mad Man Don Draper drank it on our screens. The part was of course… More info
A 1977 bottling of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky, which was produced for the international market and preserved very well with its presentation box. More info
This rare bottle of Hiram Walker Imperial Blended Whiskey dates from the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info and/or photos just get in touch! More info
Predominantly sold in Spain, Doble-V is a brand of blended whisky produced by Hiram Walker. This bottle is thought to date from the 1950s.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd… More info
Don Draper obviously had quite an effect on Canadian Club 6 year old whisky during the 1960s, as this 1982 bottling of the famous Canadian whisky looks suitably snappy when it's suited and booted in… More info
Canadian Club has a firmly held place in many a hearts, and many a drinking cabinet, also. This particular bottling was produced in 1973! More info
We believe that this bottle of Canadian Club Whisky was produced in 1984, back when Hiram Walker & Sons still owned the brand. These days it's owned by Jim Beam. More info
A rare, collectable bottle of Hiram Walker Imperial Blended Whiskey from the 1960s. A beautifully crafted bottle, with a whiskey inside to match. More info
A rare bottle of Hiram Walker's Ten High Ten - a ten year old Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. The Ten High name comes from barrel storage methods, where barrels were sometimes stored on racks that… More info
Goodness gracious, would you look at this - a 1970s bottling of Hiram Walker's London Dry Gin, well preserved for over 30 years... More info
A traditionally shaped bottle of Hiram Walker Orange Curaçao, produced way back in the 1960s. They're also famous for making Canadian whisky, but it seems they had their fingers in some other pies… More info
Hiram Walker & Sons sure do make a good Canadian whisky. The bottle of 6 year old Canadian Club you see before your eyes was produced in 1962. More info
It's no bluff to say this bottle of Ten High is an antique straight bourbon made by Hiram Walker that would probably pair well with some ace ribs. More info
The Hiram Walker name might conjure up memories of cracking Canadian whisky for some, but for other, it brings to mind the brilliant Walker's 8 Year Old Bourbon. We place this as coming from the… More info
A fantastically old bottling of Canadian Club from 1965! More info
They're well known for their whisky, but did you know that Hiram Walker produced a gin? Here's some proof for you skeptics out there; a 1970s bottle of Hiram Walker’s London Dry Gin. More info
A rare old bottling of 8 year old blended whisky from Hiram Walker released in the Argentinian market in the 1960s. More info
A 1970s bottling of Hiram Walker's popular Canadian Club Whisky. More info
A bottle of Canadian Club from 1981. Now, you may be wondering what was going on in Canada in 1981. The film Scanners was being released, that's what was happening. Art.
Sane. More info
A well-preserved bottle of Canadian Club 6 year old, released in 1971, the same year as the classic James Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever. More info
An antique bottle of Hiram Walker's classic Canadian Club whisky bottled at 43% thought to date from the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
More detailed information and… More info
This bottle of Hiram Walker's Canadian Club was bottled in 1967 - a perfect gift for your Canadian-whisky-enthusiast friends also born in 1967. More info