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Buy Canadian Club Canadian Whisky Dock No 57 Spiced 750ml for less at Wine Chateau SKU: 1770528
Canadian Club Canadian Whisky Dock No 57 Spiced
Canadian Club Canadian Club Canadian Whisky Dock No 57 Spiced
Canadian Club Whisky Dock No 57 Spiced has a nose of black fruit, then licorice cigars and vague hints of vanilla, palate is sweet, very spicy, and peppery with slight hints of pulling oak. Full bodied but with a feeling of citrus pith though not a lot of citrus notes. The finsh is short to medium with pepper, hints of white grapefruit,
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Dangerously delicious, try it with ginger ale and your sure to have a good time :) ENJOY!

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Notes on the Canadian Club Canadian Whisky Dock No 57 Spiced 750ML

Technical Notes Dock No. 57 was inspired by the historic shipping dock where Canadian Club export manager, Bill “The Real” McCoy, shipped the CC whisky that quenched the thirst of our American neighbours during Prohibition.

CC Brand Ambassador, Tish Harcus explains: “The dock was built in 1858, when Hiram Walker opened the distillery, and was known as the Walkerville Dock. In 1921, one year into Prohibition, the Federal Government of Canada established a series of Customs and Excise ports across Canada (in order to control all the spirits that were being shipped into the USA). The Walkerville Dock was given the number 57E, also known as Dock 57, and yes, that is where the boats would be loaded with cases during Prohibition. In the early 1950’s the grain silos were built and the dock is no longer used.”

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