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Canadian Club Whisky

(70cl, 40%)

Canadian Club Whisky

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Canadian Club Bottling Note

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

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is of medium-body with notes of barley sugar and aniseed, notes of cut grass and fennel, a hint of straw and a vegetal freshness. The palate is quite sweet and gentle. There are notes of winter spice and dark sugars, a touch of rum. The finish is of medium-sweetness and of medium-length.

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Canadian Club Whisky Reviews

Just pouring one now

I first tasted this fabulous rye whisky in 1 968 and have not stopped since.
Much harder to buy now my Waitrose and Cash and Carry have stopped stocking it.
Such a smooth drink with a slice of orange, ice, Canada Dry ginger ale and sometimes a dash of angostura .and even a sugar lump.
I would buy it by the case if I could ?
Ray Newton

14th February 2021

exceptional smooth value

What they say below --- tremendous value, the highest in whiskies, and if the nutty long rummyish sweet flavor is simply too much, did I say nutty?, you can always add a splash of modest bourbon (EW, Benchmark; please don't tell anyone) to make it more conventional. Maybe ultimately uninteresting, but is that not the case with most whiskies?

Good Canadians are quite the remarkable value prospect. The very cheapest ones are not so much, but Canadian Mist, for even less bucks, is the best value on earth for mixing, and the Kirkland version of Crown Royal (superb, but a v different, sherryless accent from CC), for a couple bucks more, is also very good straight sipping.

14th February 2021

Sweet, Unique

An almost sticky sweetness not usually found in whiskey, even bourbons.
I'd go as far to say this has rum overtones.
On ice it is a uniquely enjoyable drink, at the price I think it's underrated.

16th September 2020

Smooth and good value for money

My first Canadian whiskey. I found it smooth and Oakey as advertised and I see it as a stepping stone to higher quality Canadian whiskies m

25th August 2020

Nothing better!

Love it! Especially with slice of orange, dry ginger and ice, nothing better! Just struggle to buy it anywhere now.......
People don’t know what they are missing!

7th August 2020

Canadian club with American dry ginger ice slice of orange magnificent

Used to drink this in the 70s gone back to it now and reminiscing of glorious times when I was young.

16th July 2020

Very Best ever!

Discovered CC when I was 23 years old - now at 75 years old still a favourite - Rye & Dry with ice and a slice of orange - one of the very best!!!

16th July 2020

Great for mixed drinks, not so much straight up.

Let's face it, no one (in their right mind) drinks straight CC and savors it like a fine complex cognac or single malt scotch. That is not its forte. It is however great for mixed drinks, whilst stronger, more complex blends, prove too powerful and overwhelming. I factored in "bang for the buck in my stars rating."

27th June 2020

Once a great brand

Garbage, pale shadow of it once was trust a Canadian this is cheap junk full of caramel. Diageo destroyed Seagrams.

22nd June 2020

Not great

I must say I agree with a previous reviewer in that I didn't rate this whisky. It was recommended by a friend of mine who loved Suntori like me. I thought it was very thin and bland. The flavours did improve when it was used as a mixer though, perhaps that's what it is best for and at this price point, perhaps to be expected?

7th June 2020

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