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

(75cl, 43.4%)

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

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Canadian Club 6 '74 Boxed Bottling Note

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 where people have probably savoured a sip of Hiram Walker's brilliant whisky. It's even been topped with a festive bow!

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

Barrelled in 1968!

Just cracked open a bottle of the '74 Christmas CC. My bottle had a 1975 Canadian excise stamp G7610959. I was seven when this bottle was barreled. I'm a big fan of CC and this is my first antique bottle. Wow, that little 3% really makes a difference! My first glass was neat, I tried one with my usual 7UP mixer, but I think this will be better enjoyed in a Manhattan.

3rd January 2016

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