Canadian Club Whisky & Dry is a super smooth mix of Canadian Club Whisky and the perfect mixer, Dry Ginger.
Try 1 part Canadian Club®, 2 parts soda water or 1 part Canadian Club® Whisky 2 parts ginger ale, for a refreshing touch.
OLD FASHIONED COCKTAIL
- 1½ parts Canadian Club® Reserve 9-Year-Old Whisky.
- ½ part sweet vermouth.
- Dash Angostura bitters.
- Orange slice.
- Maraschino cherry.
how do you make a Canadian club? Method
- Fill glass with ice.
- Pour in 30mL Canadian Club Whisky.
- Top with Dry Ginger Ale.
- Garnish with a fresh Lime Wedge.
People also ask, what type of alcohol is Canadian Club?
Canadian Club whisky comes in seven versions, and as a straight rye. All are 80 proof (40% alcohol by volume), unless otherwise noted. This is the base version and most popular of the Canadian Club range. Often used with mixers.
Can you drink Canadian Club straight?
With more and more great Canadian whisky being made available, you can safely put the ginger ale or soda away and drink it neat or on the rocks. But only if you want to. Increasingly, Canadian whisky is being used behind the bar in craft cocktails, too.
Does Canadian Club go bad?
It does not go bad, it starts bad. “Does Canadian Club go bad?” If the cap was on tight, and has not been exposed to extreme heat, it won’t go bad. Canadian Club is a blended whisky produced in Canada, not bad, but not Jack.
What Flavour is Canadian Club?
We refer to this as our “base whisky.” Rye, rye malt and barley malt are the grains that give Canadian Club its unique flavour. Each Canadian Club variant has its own unique recipe which highlights different grain and flavour profiles.
Can you drink Canadian Club on the rocks?
While there is no one “proper” way to best enjoy Canadian whisky, most people enjoy Canadian Club according to their preference. On the rocks is very common and personally my favorite way. To really appreciate all the flavors, give it a splash of water to release the flavor of the whisky.
What do you mix CC dry with?
Add ice to a glass. Pour in the Canadian Club whisky. Top with dry ginger ale. Squeeze a wedge of lime into the glass and drop in to serve. Add a slice of fresh ginger for added heat.
Is Canadian Club whiskey good?
It is a perfectly fine blended Canadian Whisky. Which means it’s about 75% vodka and 25% whiskey. That’s certainly fine, but that’s the reason it’s so mild and relatively flavorless / “smooth”. If you mix your whiskey or have problems with other whiskies tasting overpowering, then this is great.
What’s good with Canadian Mist?
Add the Canadian Mist whisky and lemon juice to a highball glass filled with ice cubes. Add the iced tea, splash lemon-lime soda, and serve. Stir ingredients together in a glass mug. Garnish with a lemon wedge, and serve.
What is CC and Ginger?
CC® and Ginger Rather, combine smooth Canadian Club® whisky with zingy ginger for a refreshing whiskey and ginger ale cocktail that is perfect to wet the whistle.
What is the difference between whiskey and bourbon?
The biggest difference between bourbon and whiskey production is the type of barrels in which the alcohol is aged. But really, the only difference between Kentucky bourbon and any other type of American bourbon is that Kentucky bourbon is distilled and bottled in Kentucky.
Is Canadian Club a bourbon?
Bottled with 40% ABV (80 proof) it is an easy-to-drink whisky. Canadian Club Small Batch: This is a complex and fully balanced small batch whisky, aged for 12 years, seasoned, char-treated oak bourbon barrels.
What type of whiskey is Canadian Club?
Canadian Club® 100% Rye This whisky is truly unique and deliciously distinct, with caramel and oak notes up front, followed by a spicy finish.
How many standard drinks are in a Canadian club?
1.4 standard drinks
Is Canadian Club scotch or whiskey?
Like Scotch and Irish whisky, Canadian whisky has to be aged a minimum of three years in its native country in wooden barrels no larger than 700 liters—new, old, charred or uncharred, it doesn’t matter.
Does Canada Dry have alcohol?
It contains no alcohol and is basically a ginger-flavored soft drink. Its roots are rumored to be from Ireland, but it really took off in Canada in the early 1900s, when the Canada Dry style of ginger ale was invented.