For the past number of years, Canadian Club has been releasing among the oldest Canadian whisky every to be bottled, starting in 2017 with the 40 Year Old (one of the best whiskies I’ve ever tasted). Then they followed up with the “Chronicles” series, starting with the “The Water of Windsor” at 41 Years Old, then “The Dock Man” at 42 Years Old and now this, “The Speakeasy” at 43 Years Old. As far as I am aware, this is the oldest age-stated Canadian whisky ever – but my personal knowledge of bottles pre-2000 whiskies are limited and research isn’t easy. I’ve checked with a number of authorities and the oldest age-stated whisky I’ve heard of before these old Canadian Clubs was a 37 year old Seagrams before prohibition. Not to say an older one hasn’t been bottled, but if it has, it’s certainly not well known.
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