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Canadian Club 44 Year Old Chronicles Issue No. 4

Canadian Club 44 Year Old Chronicles Issue No. 4

by Alberta Distillers Limited

Producer : Alberta Distillers Limited

Region : Alberta (Canada), Canada (Canada)

Bottle Per Case : 1 x 750 ml

Tasting Notes

The release of Issue No. 4 in the CC Chronicles series positions it as the oldest age-stated Canadian whisky in history. It displays rich aromas of vanilla, burnt sugar, and crisp apple. The palate presents complex notes of dried fruit and plum with a well-rounded and lengthy finish. Enjoy neat to appreciate the quality.

From the liquid barrelled in 1977 enter, Issue No. 4… The Whisky Sixes. This 4th release pay homage to the notorious roadsters used by bootleggers to smuggle whisky across the Detroit river during the winter months, as well as celebrate Canadian Club, the unofficial whisky of prohibition and a true original for over 160 years.

Specs

Bottles Per Case Single Bottles
Cellaring Drink Now or Cellar
Sweetness Descriptor Not Applicable See Sweetness Chart
Bottle Size 750 ml
Producer Alberta Distillers Limited
Region Alberta (Canada), Canada (Canada)
Alcohol 40%
Wood Presence Oaked
Price of Case $329.95
Delivery available in regions Ontario

The Producer

Alberta Distillers Limited

Alberta distillery was founded in 1946 by two entrepreneurs and an experienced distiller from British Columbia. Eventually, the distillery was bought by National Distillers in 1964 to ensure consistent supply for their well-established Windsor Supreme brand. In 1987 the distillery was bought out by Beam, which is now owned by Suntory.

The distillery is often described as the best rye distillery in the world, and is the largest purchaser of rye grain in Western Canada. In fact, the distillery produces more than 3 times as much rye as the rest of North America combined - that is quite astonishing! It produces fabulous stock of famous 100% rye whisky in different forms depending on how it is distilled and whether it is aged in bourbon casks, new oak, or refill barrels. The distillery typically releases is softer mixing whiskies like Alberta Premium or Alberta Springs. However, at times you see some of their more strongly crafted whisky - though usually through a different brand that has sourced their whisky like Canadian Club, Masterson's, Whistlepig, or Jefferson's. Occasionally, however, their stocks are opened and you see absolutely terrific rye bottlings - like their 25 and 30 year old bottlings. Though rye is what they are known for, they distill more than just rye, also working with corn, wheat, unmalted barley, and triticale.

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