This note is based on a late 1950s or early 1960s bottle of Canadian
Club Bottled in Bond at 90.4 US Proof which I couldn't find in the
It's definitely deeper and better than any Canadian Club
bottle you can buy today. Don't expect a miracle of complexity though.
It's nice for sipping and must have made a brillant base for elegant
!!! This note is based on a late 1950s or early 1960s bottle of Canadian Club NAS Bottled in Bond at 90.4 US Proof that I couldn't find in the database !!!
Big solventy, quite alcoholic note at first, getting fruitier and
caramelly after a few minutes. Pineapple, peaches and vanilla custard.
Good development after a difficult start; there's also a earthy, muddy
note in there, lending a bit more depth to the nose.
Powerful, bold attack. This has lost nothing of its alcoholic strength
over the decades. It starts much grassier and less sweetish than
expected from the impression on the nose. Pastries with custard,
gooseberries and a bit of lemon juice. Beautiful sourness in the
Surprisingly long, fruity and fresh.