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Says Claire Richards, director of world whiskies for Beam Suntory (supplier of Canadian Club and Windsor Supreme), "This is certainly an exciting time for spirits, especially brown spirits.
The Sternbergs retrieved Canadian Club in 1915 from an area now known as Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, about 112 miles east of Calgary.
Canadian Club also features five expressions in its portfolio: the original Canadian Club 6 Year Old, Canadian Club 100 Proof, Canadian Club Sherry Cask, Canadian Club Reserve (aged 10 years) and Canadian Club Classic (aged 12 years).
Canadian Club has ventured into the Indy Racing League's IndyCar series, through a partnership with Andretti Green Racing (AGR).
The first Canadian Club was established in 1952 and now there are 12 Clubs in Canada.
In Allied Domecq, Buffett is not only betting on the sweet tooth of consumers but also on liquor brands such as Ballantine's Scotch, Canadian Club whiskey and Beefeater gin.
For more than 150 years, Canadian Club Whisky has accumulated limitless and timeless wisdom," said Bob Gorman, Director of World Whisky, Beam Inc.
Boon will begin flogging Canadian Club from this week, saying that his favourite tipple is now Canadian Club and dry, not a foam-topped frosty one.