What does Canadian Club Whisky taste like?
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.
Why is Canadian Club so expensive?
Alcohol is heavily taxed, and in most parts of Canada liquor is sold through a government-owned monopoly that sets its own prices. The end result is that most Canadians are buying booze that their provincial government has hit with a markup of between 100 and 200 per cent per bottle.
Does Canadian Club taste like scotch?
Blended before aging in white oak barrels for a full six years, Canadian Club, is a benchmark whisky with an extremely smooth, approachable, & versatile taste profile. Best served mixed, with Dry Ginger Ale and fresh squeeze of Lime, Cola or Lemonade. Simple, smooth, good price.
Is Canadian Club a cheap whiskey?
Canadian Club is a well-known brand in the U.S., mostly for its extremely popular and affordable blended whisky. But this 100% rye whisky, which is aged in a few different barrel types, is a great example of Canadian rye and will usually cost around $20 a bottle.
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 unique about Canadian whiskey?
Like Scotch and Irish whisky, Canadian whisky has to be aged a minimum of three years in its native country in wooden barrels no larger than 700 liters—new, old, charred or uncharred, it doesn’t matter. The spirit also has to be mashed and distilled in Canada.
What is the best selling Canadian whiskey?
Diageo-owned Crown Royal retains its position as the best-selling Canadian whisky and the third top-selling world whisk(e)y brand.
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.