Canadian Club Chronicles 42 Years Old Whisky



In 2017, Canadian Club, owned by spirits giant Beam-Suntory, launched a 40 year old whisky. The following year, the brand began its premium aged Chronicles series. The 2018, and inaugural expression, was a 41 year old Canadian Club named, “The Water of Windsor.” For the Chronicles Issue No. 2, Canadian Club presents a 42 year old whisky. 

Chronicles Issue No. 2, “The Dock Man,” pays homage to Canadian Club’s dock workers. During Prohibition, dock workers distributed Canadian Club across the river to Detroit. They ensured counterfeit whisky didn’t get into the hands of drinkers and bars since this was a rampant problem at the time. 


Appearance: 24k gold/golden raisin. 
Nose: It is full of ripe pear and crisp apple. I get a lot of mixed citrus zest and lemon oil. In the background, there is a faint bit of cinnamon. Overall, the nose on the whisky is very light. 
Palate: Bright with lemon peel. There is a slight leathery taste in the middle. The sweetness I get is brown sugar, however, it is only a subtle amount. For the finish, you get a lot of grain similar to Cheerios or quinoa.


Country Canada
Product Subcategory Whiskey
Container Bottle
Container Size 750ml