Canadian Club Classic Whisky
If you’re looking for more complexity and a bit more personality, Canadian Club® Classic 12-Year-Old is for you. With a more robust barley profile, it’s a nice step up from 1858 or Reserve. This award-winning blended spirit is aged for 12 years in seasoned, char-treated oak bourbon barrels.
6th December 2016http://www.canadianclub.com/classic
Canadian Club Classic Whisky Tasting Notes
Soft, round, fully balanced and creamy. Fruity and firm.
Delicate spiciness and creamy vanilla, in balance with rich wood and luxurious honey.
Long and dry with enduring presence of butterscotch.
Bronze to autumn gold.
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Canadian Club Classic 12 Year Old
Aged for 12 years - the extra 6 years maturing in wood produces a darker spirit with more of the traditional characteristics of aged whiskies and a richer, more aromatic flavour.
Canadian Club 100 Whisky
Complex, full and spicy. This premium Canadian whisky is crafted 100% from single grain rye. Aged to perfection, it's the purest expression of rye whisky, with more complexity, character and spiciness than other Canadian whiskies. It has the smooth taste you expect from Canadian Club® – making it the perfect choice for special occasions. Like Tuesdays
Canadian Club Reserve Whisky
Full and firm. Think of Reserve as 1858’s more refined and more mature, older sibling. With a higher rye content than other whiskies in our portfolio, Reserve has almost bourbon-like flavour characteristics. Hand-selected and barrel-blended by our Master Blender, this reserve whisky is matured in white-oak barrels for 9 years to create a rich and smooth flavour.
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