Canadian Club 41 Year Old Whisky is the brand’s oldest expression

Canadian Club 41 Year Old Whisky is the oldest expression released by the brand to date.

Canadian Club has been producing whisky for almost 160 years, and Canadian Club 41 Year Old is the oldest aged expression ever released by the iconic whisky brand, a news release from the distiller says.

“Batched and barreled in 1977, Canadian Club 41 Year Old pays homage to the birthplace of Canadian Club in Windsor, Canada. It has been masterfully blended with subtle additions of cognac, rye and sherry for depth and complexity and bottled within a decanter-style vessel to create a premium offering reminiscent of the way whisky was made from the 1940s to the 1960s.”

The 90-proof whisky has a nose of caramel and toasted oak harmonies with spiciness and a slight vanilla sweetness On the palate are notes of dark plum and vanilla balanced with caramel, oak and a rye spiciness; the company says.

Canadian Club 41 Year Old will be available across the U.S. in limited quantities at a suggested retail price of $299.95.