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Canadian Club’s 30-Year Reserve Sets the Bar High

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Food & Spirits: In celebration of its 150th anniversary,Canadian Club has introduced a limited edition 30-year reserve whiskey — an elegant, exceptionally smooth blend that exemplifies excellence from presentation to palate.

Now the oldest Canadian whiskey on the market, Canadian Club’s 30-year reserve, which retails for $200 a bottle, will surprise and delight even the most discriminating whiskey connoisseur. Having been generously aged in white oak barrels for three full decades in accordance with the brand’s time-honored pre-barrel blending process, this extraordinary beverage is further enhanced by a rich, golden color and subtle aromas of dried fruit and spice.

An achievement in both substance and style, Canadian Club marks its sesquicentennial with a stylish 30-year reserve collector’s bottle adorned with gold etching and sealed with a wax dipped cork, encased in a handsomely crafted black satin-lined box.

The vibrant color, unrivaled flavor, velvety feel and luscious finish of Canadian Club’s 30-year reserve offers an exquisite drinking experience to be savored.

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