What do 7 generations of
gangsters,
smugglers, politicians,
admen,
and guys like you
have in common?

Canadian Club® Premium Extra Aged Blended Canadian Whisky
OUR PRODUCTS
SOME MEN HAD TO
BREAK THE LAW
TO DRINK IT.
ALL YOU HAVE TO BREAK IS THE SEAL.
Canadian Club® Premium Extra Aged Blended Canadian Whisky Canadian Club® Reserve Blended Canadian Whisky Canadian Club® Small Batch Blended Canadian Whisky Canadian Club® 100% Rye Imported Canadian Whisky
Canadian Club® 100% Rye

Canadian Club® 100% RyeNEW

This is a whisky made for those who love rye. It was created in the heart of Alberta’s unforgiving rye country, by a team who have spent the last 60 years mastering the art of distilling with rye. This whisky is truly unique and deliciously distinct, with caramel and oak notes up front, followed by a spicy finish. It’s so good, you’ll want to sip it neat. And so versatile, you’ll want to use it in all rye-forward classic cocktails.

COLOR:
Antique gold
AROMA:
Balanced with toasted grains, gentle wood notes and a tantalizing hint of sweet vanilla
TASTE:
Complex balance of rye spiciness, caramel and oak notes, smooth and creamy
FINISH:
Long clean finish with hints of clove, oak and vanilla
PROOF:
40% alc./vol 80% proof
Canadian Club® 1858

Canadian Club® 1858

This is the whisky that started it all. Originally created in 1858, it was a global phenomenon before the turn of the century even began. And still sticks to a very similar process to the original recipe. Enjoy the whisky that launched a legend in the simple cocktail, neat, or on the rocks, or with your favorite mixer.

COLOR:
Bright gold
AROMA:
Fresh and soft, with an almond nuttiness, hint of peppery spice
TASTE:
Spicy and zesty, complimented with hints of rich oak and sweet vanilla, pleasant sweetness
FINISH:
Clean, dry and lingering with subtle oak
PROOF:
40% alc./vol. 80 proof
Reserve 9 Year Old

Canadian Club® Reserve 9 Year Old

Think of Reserve 9 year old as the more mature, older sibling of Canadian Club 1858 with a greater Rye influence. This whiskey is aged for a full 9 years, bringing out the oak notes of the barrels and a spicier, more robust taste profile. Perfect for sipping neat or enjoying in a classic cocktail.

COLOR:
Bronze gold
AROMA:
Toffee and toasted oak, creamy, oaky vanilla
TASTE:
English toffee, rich mellow oak with soft nutmeg and clove
FINISH:
Warm and lingering dry finish with enduring presence of caramel and vanilla
PROOF:
40% alc./vol. 80 proof
Classic®  12 Year Old

Canadian Club® Classic 12 Year Old

If you’re looking for a whisky with depth, more complexity and a bit more personality, look no further than Canadian Club® Classic 12 Year- Old. This whisky is the shining example of Canadian Club® craftsmanship, aged four times the industry standard. This creates a flavorful, well-balanced whisky perfect for sipping neat or on the rocks.

COLOR:
Bronze to autumn gold
AROMA:
Soft, round, fully-balanced and creamy. Fruity and firm
TASTE:
Delicate spiciness and creamy vanilla, in balance with rich wood and luxurious honey
FINISH:
Long and dry with enduring presence of butterscotch
PROOF:
40% alc./vol. 80 proof
COCKTAILS
THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY
TO ENJOY THE
SMOOTHNESS

OF CANADIAN CLUB®.
CC AND GINGER

CCTM AND GINGER

INGREDIENTS:


1 part CCTM 1858 Whisky

3 parts ginger ale

Lime wedge to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Serve in glass with ice and a lime wedge.

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TRIPLE C

TRIPLE C

INGREDIENTS:


1 part CCTM 1858 Whisky

1 part cranberry juice

Lime wedge to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Fill rocks glass with cranberry juice. Pour ingredients, top with ice and a lime wedge.

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Algonquin Cocktail

Algonquin Cocktail

INGREDIENTS:


2 parts CCTM 1858 Whisky

1 part dry vermouth

1 part pineapple juice

Cherry to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with cherry.

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CC Caesar/Bloody Mary

CCTM Caesar/Bloody Mary

INGREDIENTS:


2 part CCTM 1858 Whisky

1 dash Tabasco®

1 dash worcestershire sauce

3 parts Clamato or Tomato Juice

Salt and pepper to taste

Celery or pickled bean to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Rim a Collins glass with celery salt (optional). Fill shaker with ice and combine all ingredients. Shake and pour into ice-filled prepared glass and garnish with a celery stalk or pickled bean.

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CC CLASSIC 12 AND SODA

CCTM CLASSIC 12 AND SODA

INGREDIENTS:


1 part CCTM 12-Year-Old Whisky

3 parts club soda

Lemon wedge to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Pour Whisky into a rocks glass with ice, top with soda and garnish with a lemon wedge.

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CC Toronto

CCTM Toronto

INGREDIENTS:


2 parts CCTM 12-Year-Old Whisky

1/2 part Fernet or Italian amaro

1/2 part simple syrup

2 dashes Angostura® bitters

Orange peel to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Combine all ingedients in a mixing glass. Fill with ice, stir for 30 seconds, and strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with orange peel.

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CC Honey Old Fashioned

CCTM Honey Old Fashioned

INGREDIENTS:


2 parts CCTM 12-Year-Old Whisky

1/2 part honey syrup (half honey half water)

1 dash Angostura® bitters

Lemon peel to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Fill glass with ice and combine all ingredients. Stir until chilled. Fill rocks glass with fresh ice. Strain and pour over fresh ice and garnish with a lemon peel.

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CC 9 SOUR

CCTM 9 SOUR

INGREDIENTS:


2 parts Canadian Club® Reserve 9-Year-Old Whisky

1 part fresh-squeezed lemon juice

3/4 part simple syrup

Lemon and cherry to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Squeeze lemon juice into a rocks glass, add simple syrup and CCTM and stir. Fill with ice, and garnish with a lemon wedge and a cherry.

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Prohibition Coffee

Prohibition Coffee

INGREDIENTS:


2 parts CCTM Reserve 9-Year-Old Whisky

1 part Galliano® liqueur

2 parts coffee

Whipped cream, nutmeg and cinnamon stick to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Combine coffee, Galliano and CCTM in a heat-proof mug. Top with whipped cream, dust of nutmeg and cinnamon stick.

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Reserved Ginger

Reserved Ginger

INGREDIENTS:


1 part CCTM Reserve 9-Year-Old Whisky

3 parts ginger beer

Lime wedge to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Pour CCTM into a tall glass over ice. Top with ginger beer and lime.

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100% Dry Rye Manhattan

100% Dry Rye Manhattan

INGREDIENTS:


2 parts CCTM 100% Rye whisky

1 part Dry Vermouth

1 dash Angostura® Bitters

Lemon Peel, zested over glass

INSTRUCTIONS:


Combine ingredients in a rocks glass and stir. Served straight or on the rocks. Garnish with lemon peel.

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100% Rye Old Fashioned

100% Rye Old Fashioned

INGREDIENTS:


2 parts CCTM 100% Rye whisky

8 dashes Angostura® Bitters

Pinch of raw sugar

Orange Peel to garnish

INSTRUCTIONS:


Muddle sugar and bitters in a rocks glass. Add Canadian Club® 100% Rye and ice. Stir and top with an orange peel as garnish.

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CC Rye and Cider

CCTM Rye and Cider

INGREDIENTS:


1 part CCTM 100% Rye whisky

3 parts Hard Cider

INSTRUCTIONS:


Add ice to a Collins glass and pour in Canadian Club® 100% Rye. Top with hard cider.

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The CC 100% Rye War on Winter

The CCTM 100% Rye War on Winter

INGREDIENTS:


1 parts Canadian Club® 100% Rye whisky

3 parts Steamed Milk

1 pinch brown sugar

Dried cloves (to taste)

1-2 Cinnamon sticks

Dash of Nutmeg

INSTRUCTIONS:


Heat milk on stove on low heat with cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, and brown sugar. Stir until combined and bring to a quick boil. Pour CCTM 100% Rye into a heat-proof glass and add milk mixture. Top with milk foam and a dash of cinnamon powder.

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OUR PROCESS
SEE HOW OUR
DEDICATION TO
CRAFTSMANSHIP

Creates an exceptionally
rich and smooth whisky.
ABOUT

A process 150 years
in the making

The Canadian Club distillery first opened its doors in 1858. Today, over 150 years later, the production process for our blended whiskies remains mostly unchanged, with the same dedication to creating consistently delicious and smooth whisky. Click the steps to learn more.

A process 150 years in the making
ABOUT
STEP 1

QUALITY GRAINS

Our process begins with some of the finest grains in the world. We use corn, rye and barley in our blended whiskies.

QUALITY GRAINS
STEP 1
STEP 2

DISTILLATION

We distill three different types of mash - that ultimately make up our blends:

  • 100% corn, distilled through a continuous still
  • 100% rye, distilled through a continuous still
  • Mix of Rye, Rye malt, and Barley malt, distilled through both a continuous still and a pot still

DISTILLATION
STEP 2
STEP 3

Barrel Aging

Each whisky is aged in either first-fill bourbon barrels (which are charred, white American oak barrels) or Canadian whisky barrels. These different barrels bring out different flavoring notes in the final whisky, and also gives it its rich, mellow, oaky flavor. We wait up to 12 years depending on the final product, before blending the specific CCTM expressions.

Barrel Aging
STEP 3
STEP 4

Blending and Bottling

Our three different aged whiskies are blended to taste creating the unique final taste profiles of CCTM 1858, Classic® 12 Year Old, and Reserve 9 Year Old. The blends each go through meticulous taste assessments, to ensure consistency and quality of taste.

Blending and Bottling
STEP 4
ABOUT

Making the Best Rye

When we set about to create a 100% rye whisky, we knew we wanted the best rye. So we made sure to go to the source—our sister company, Alberta Distiller’s Limited, in the heart of rye country—to create the highest quality rye whisky. Rye is notorious for being very gummy and hard to work with during the fermentation stage. Not many distilleries are willing to tackle it. But Alberta Distillers has been perfecting the craft of making excellent rye whisky for over 70 years. Click the steps to learn more.

Making the Best Rye
ABOUT
STEP 1

The BEST INGREDIENTS

Alberta is the perfect place for making rye whisky. The dry, arid, desert-like region and clear glacier-born waters of the Rockies help bring out the fuller, more flavorful rye grain.  

The BEST INGREDIENTS
STEP 1
STEP 2

DISTILLATION

We distill two different rye whiskies that make up our 100% rye whisky:

  • 100% rye grain, distilled through a column still
  • 100% rye grain, distilled through both a column still and a pot still

DISTILLATION
STEP 2
STEP 3

Barrel Aging

Both rye whisky distillates are aged in three different barrel types to bring out subtle differences in tasting notes—new charred white American oak barrels, first-fill bourbon barrels, and Canadian whisky barrels. Then, the harsh environment and extreme changes in temperature helps with our maturation process.

Barrel Aging
STEP 3
STEP 4

Blending and Bottling

Our age-based whiskies are then blended to taste to create the unique final taste profile of Canadian Club® 100% Rye. The whisky is compared against a taste profile gold standard to ensure the highest quality and depth of flavor.

Blending and Bottling
STEP 4
About
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OUR STORY
FOLLOW OUR 150-Year Saga From
General Store
& Prohibition

to Today and Beyond

The Canadian Club® brand has a 150+ year tradition of craftsmanship. From being one of the most smuggled whiskies during prohibition, to enjoying a key role in pop culture, Canadian Club® has a storied history. Explore the timeline below to learn more.

1858

Hiram Walker opens his whisky distillery in Windsor, Canada

1860's

Gentlemen’s club patrons start calling the whisky “Club Whisky”

1880

U.S. requires country of origin on alcohol, and so the “Canadian Club®” name is born

1891

CCTM becomes the first North American spirit to receive a royal decree, from Queen Victoria

1919

Prohibition begins. CCTM becomes one of the most smuggled whiskies in the U.S.

1933

Prohibition ends and CCTM sales skyrocket

1940

CCTM is now sold in over 90 countries

1952

Every light in Times Square is shut off for the lighting of the massive CCTM neon sign. It remains there for 21 years

1961

CCTM and soda is mentioned as James Bond’s drink of choice in Ian Fleming’s Dr. No

1984

CCTM begins innovating a more premium blended Canadian whisky, and launches Classic® 12-year-old

1992

Canadian Club® introduces Reserve whisky, to critical acclaim

2014

Canadian Club® introduces 100% Rye in Canada, winning 2014 Canadian Whisky of the year**Whisky Advocate 2014

2016

Canadian Club® introduces 100% Rye in the U.S. to critical acclaim

2016 Double Gold. New York World Wine & Spirits Competition San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2016 Gold Medal International Spirits Challenge 2016 Silver
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1900
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1940
1960
1980
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2020
1858

Hiram Walker opens his whisky distillery in Windsor, Canada

1860's

Gentlemen’s club patrons start calling the whisky “Club Whisky”

1880

U.S. requires country of origin on alcohol, and so the “Canadian Club®” name is born

1891

CCTM becomes the first North American spirit to receive a royal decree, from Queen Victoria

1919

Prohibition begins. CCTM becomes one of the most smuggled whiskies in the U.S.

1933

Prohibition ends and CCTM sales skyrocket

1940

CCTM is now sold in over 90 countries

1952

Every light in Times Square is shut off for the lighting of the massive CCTM neon sign. It remains there for 21 years

1961

CCTM and soda is mentioned as James Bond’s drink of choice in Ian Fleming’s Dr. No

1984

CCTM begins innovating a more premium blended Canadian whisky, and launches Classic® 12-year-old

1992

Canadian Club® introduces Reserve whisky, to critical acclaim

2014

Canadian Club® introduces 100% Rye in Canada, winning 2014 Canadian Whisky of the year**Whisky Advocate 2014

2016

Canadian Club® introduces 100% Rye in the U.S. to critical acclaim

2016 Double Gold. New York World Wine & Spirits Competition San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2016 Gold Medal International Spirits Challenge 2016 Silver
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