Meet Canada’s oldest whisky

Canadian Club introduces a rare find for whisky connoisseurs

Canada's iconic whiskymaker has just unveiled the 44-Year-Old Chronicles Issue No. 4, the latest release in its series of limited-edition aged whiskies that celebrate the distiller’s rich history, with names that allude to its colourful past. This new edition is dubbed the ”Whisky Sixes” as a nod to the six-cylinder roadsters used to smuggle spirits from its Windsor distillery to Detroit during Prohibition. Like the previous issues in the Chronicle series — the 41-year-old “The Water of Windsor,” the 42-year-old “The Dock Man,” and the 43-year-old “The Speakeasy” — this year’s installment is crafted from the same batch barrelled in 1977. However, the 44-year-old whisky is more than simply one year older than its predecessors. Thanks to careful blending, each annual release presents a different, distinct expression. Astonishingly complex, CC’s latest, exclusive, aged whisky is worth the wait.

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Canadian Club 44 Year-Old Chronicles Issue No. 4

The newest addition to the Chronicles series features Canadian Club's hallmark smoothness with a wonderfully complex medley of apple, plum, dried fruit, chocolate and zesty spice notes.
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Canadian Club 43 Year-Old Chronicles Issue No. 3

“The Speakeasy” stands out for its smoothness and complexity, with aromas and flavours of toasted oak, dried fruit, vanilla and spice. Savour this 2021 Canadian Whisky of the Year neat.
Buy Canadian Club 43 Year-Old Chronicles Issue No. 3

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Canadian Club 42 Year-Old Chronicles Issue No. 2

The highly acclaimed second release, aka "The Dock Man" delivers robust rye spice, caramel and oak aromas with brown sugar, baking spice and char notes capped by a long finish. Limited quantities, available in-store only.
Buy Canadian Club 42 Year-Old Chronicles Issue No. 2

Canadian Club Chronicles sipping and mixing ideas

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Match with a decadent snack platter

Canadian Club Chronicles Issue No. 4 is an excellent sidekick for local, sharp or aged cheeses like Thunder Oak Gouda or Five Brothers. Serve with complementary dried fruits and toasted nuts. 

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Enjoy it neat

Savour every sip of Canadian Club Chronicles Issue No. 4 by serving it neat.

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Partner with steak

Indulge by pairing Canadian Club Chronicles Issue No. 4 with a juicy, salt-crusted steak

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