Why is it called Canadian Club?
Walker’s uniquely smooth whisky quickly gained popularity in the late 19th century in gentlemen’s clubs throughout the United States and Canada, and soon became known as “Club Whisky.” The popularity of “Club Whisky” caused American distillers to petition Walker and the U.S. Government to add the word “Canada” to the …
What year did Canadian Club get its name?
In the mid-to-late 1800’s, CC first became known as the whisky of choice in exclusive Canadian and American clubs, which is how the name ‘club whisky’ came to be. The addition of ‘Canadian’ to the name came about in 1889 as a way of distinguishing it from other types of whisky, such as Kentucky or Irish.
How much is a 40 year old bottle of Canadian Club worth?
It’s unlikely that you will have a chance at another 40 YO Canadian whisky anytime soon. A few resellers have popped up in the U.S., mostly on eBay, reselling the CC 40 YO at prices ranging from $500 to $1,000 USD.
What is in a Canadian Club?
Our grain bill includes rye, rye malt, barley malt and corn. produces a distillate that is colourless, odorless and tasteless. We refer to this as our “base whisky.” Rye, rye malt and barley malt are the grains that give Canadian Club® its unique flavour.
What is dry and CC?
- 30mL Canadian Club Whisky.
- Dry Ginger Ale.
- Lime Wegde.