Whiskey Review: Canadian Club Reserve Whiskey

Today we taste and review Canadian Club Reserve Whiskey.

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Comments

Killajolt says:

Excited for this weeks shows, sounds fun! Also grats on 100k.
CC 100% rye is great drink for the $ imo.

Adam Nordin says:

Try some Ardbeg, like 10 years, uageldail and aoho

Mitchell Gillett says:

You guys should try the corty creek confederation oak or the double barrel, pretty nice. The double barrel is pleasantly buttery to me.

King of Whiskey says:

I am only here for you two magnificent barrels of beauty and BASTURDERY. I truly mean that in a positive way. And what makes it that much better is that I get to learn something whilst having some entertainment. #RexualTension #MoocheryWithHoochery #IfYou’rePickingUpWhatI’mPuttingDown

Michael Jamieson says:

You should rename bottom shelf week to Smooth Little Pricks.

New Zanadian says:

Love a good Canadian review. I know CC gets a bad rep but try the 20 years aged – I was really surprised by it

J Morrison says:

Verified Canadian. Not butchered anthem

Stiehl84 says:

Gratz on 100k!!!!

Lorensoth3 says:

It’s times like this when I wonder how badly they will butcher my last name when I send them a whisky…. -_-

Caleb Blagg says:

Beware the 13th

Jimmy Leg says:

You can offend Canadians.

You can’t offend whisky drinking Canadians.

Jay Dempsey says:

Can someone please answer me? Why can I no longer see/find the whiskey tribe Facebook group?

The Whiskey Dic says:

Congrats on 100k subs!!! You guys deserve it!

Orlos The Druid says:

CANADIAN WHISKEY is going up on price…….tariffs on Canadian Whiskey are going up to 25%.

Fuck the canucks for putting tarriffs on our whiskies.

Knut Kverneland says:

Pandering to then insulting Canadians got you over the 100k mark? I’d like to see more!

Kevin Fortson says:

Blendy type idea for you…
Glenmorangie 12 with Johnny Walker Double Black.
Pretty much half and half. Really good.

Jimmy Leg says:

Wow, I rarely get to type this.

I completely agree with Dan.

The Octomore. BIG BEEF BBQ. Everytime.

Baron Shenanigans says:

Whisky Vault! Please do a review of Glenfiddich Experimental Series, IPA Cask, Project XX and 21 year old winter storm!

TheZulu13 says:

Damn you guys now I want brisket and I’m stuck in California. Also now I’m thinking bout Texas and I want what a burger

John Q says:

Rex the reason Canada is gonna legalize pot is so we can tolerate our neighbours to the south.

Scotty Swing says:

As a Canadian, CC was my introduction to the world of whiskey. CC Reserve has a special place in my heart. I can’t say I drink it anymore, as my tastes have greatly evolved, but a CC and Coke every now and again brings me back to being 19.

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