Canadian Club Canadian Whisky 1858-Wine Chateau
Canadian Club Canadian Whisky 1858-Wine Chateau
Canadian Club Canadian Whisky 1858-Wine Chateau
Canadian Club Canadian Whisky 1858-Wine Chateau
 
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Canadian Club Canadian Whisky 1858
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Made since 1858, Canadian Club was first distilled by Hirem Walker and quickly became of the worlds most recognisable brands. Queen Victoria was known to enjoy Canadian Club, as does ficticious secret agent, James Bond. Barrel-blended for unrivalled smoothness, Canadian Club appeals to Whisky drinkers from all walks of life with its light, mellow flavors.Club Whisky became very popular and American distillers petitioned for the inclusion of the word “Canada” on the bottle to distinguish it from their competing whiskies, thinking it would halt the popularity of Walker’s. This backfired, only making Club Whisky more exclusive. Walker saw this and changed the label again in 1889 adding the word “Canadian” to the top of the label, distinguishing Walker’s recipe for his whisky from the other processes of the time (Scotch, Irish and U.S.). In 1890, the word “Canadian” was moved down from the top of the label and incorporated into the name of the whisky.40% abv
Made since 1858, Canadian Club was first distilled by Hirem Walker and quickly became of the worlds most recognisable brands. Queen Victoria was known to enjoy Canadian Club, as does ficticious secret agent, James Bond. Barrel-blended for unrivalled smoothness, Canadian Club appeals to Whisky drinkers from all walks of life with its light, mellow flavors.Club Whisky became very popular and American distillers petitioned for the inclusion of the word “Canada” on the bottle to distinguish it from their competing whiskies, thinking it would halt the popularity of Walker’s. This backfired, only making Club Whisky more exclusive. Walker saw this and changed the label again in 1889 adding the word “Canadian” to the top of the label, distinguishing Walker’s recipe for his whisky from the other processes of the time (Scotch, Irish and U.S.). In 1890, the word “Canadian” was moved down from the top of the label and incorporated into the name of the whisky.40% abv

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