Our premium whisky is the result of the grains we grow on our distillery property in River John. Year over year variations lead to subtle differences in flavor, distilled for a lingering taste and a smooth finish. Caldera is the essence of patience, hard work and exploration. We are driven by the desire to produce a spirit that is as unrivaled at its completion as the ship we named it after.
This is amazing value for any twenty-year-old spirit. Smooth, supple and gently spiced.
There were just 7,000 bottles made, all released this month across the country as a luxe-whisky tribute to Canada’s 150th anniversary. It’s remarkably crisp and delicate for its age, though with prominent caramel-toffee notes and whiffs of cedar, vanilla and spice that seem to speak of the oak.
Canadian Club celebrates its 160th birthday in 2018 with this limited edition release. In this unique and flavourful expression, an aged malted barley whisky has been blended with Canadian Club Original 1858. This brings the toasted grain character of barley to the foreground, supported by notes of molasses, plum and oak.
With 41 years in oak barrels, Canadian Club Chronicles 41 Year Old is the oldest bottling of Canadian whisky currently available. On the palate it is silky-smooth and complex, with aromas and flavours of dried fruit, vanilla, caramel, tobacco and spice. Named Canadian Whisky of the Year for 2019 (Jim Murray, Whisky Bible).
Caribou Crossing is the world’s first single barrel Canadian whisky, selected from our finest whisky available from our inventory of more than 200,000 barrels. The whisky has been patiently aged in oak for many years to give it a rich and complex yet smooth flavor.
Crafted by our Master Blender, Crown Royal XO takes the signature blend from 50 of our finest whiskies and then finishes them in cognac casks. The result is an elegantly balanced and extraordinarily complex whisky with a smooth expression.
- Scored 92 in Whisky Advocate’s Buying Guide (Summer 2014)
Taste the rarest in our extra rare whisky series, a handcrafted blend that includes one of the final batches of whiskies from the LaSalle distillery in Montreal. The uniquely fine water surrounding the distillery lends this whisky a full-bodied, richness that is exceptionally smooth.
This limited release of Alberta’s first Single Malt Whisky is the exciting culmination of our distilling teams’ dedication to quality, patience and complexity of process.
Turner Valley, Alberta – December 5, 2017 – Alberta’s first craft distillery, Eau Claire, is proud to announce its first, limited edition release of Single Malt Whisky. A farm to glass whisky that encapsulates the best of Alberta – blue skies, mountain fresh water, malted barley and entrepreneurial spirit.
A celebration of both Canada’s 1867 Confederation, and Canadian ingenuity. This whisky is finished for up to 2 years in new Canadian Oak barrels, which have a tighter grain due to Canada’s colder climate, and impart a truly Canadian flavour profile.
An extra-aged whisky that is a true celebration of the intricate and subtle flavours imparted by barrel aging. The individual rye, barley and corn whiskies are extra-aged in a variety of barrels before being masterfully blended. The resulting liquid then goes through up to 2 years of secondary aging in once-used Bourbon barrels.
Glen Breton Rare 8 Year Old was our first single malt whisky and the first single malt whisky produced in North America.
It sold out not long after hitting the shelves in 2000, and since then we’ve introduced many product offerings, including but not limited to our flagship products: Glen Breton Rare 10 Year, 14 Year, 19 Year, 25 Year and the first single malt finished in Ice Wine barrels.