Interesting enough, the famed Canada Club (or C.C. as its known) started its life in Detroit. When Michigan went dry, the distillery was moved across the Detroit River to Windsor, Ontario, Canada where he continued to import his Whisky into the United States (first legally and then illegally during Prohibition when Al Capone was a major customer). The distillery was forced to add Canadian to his label after the Whisky became extremely popular, prompting complaints from the Bourbon makers in Kentucky.
Canada Club Reserve is a tawny brown color with notes of toffee, vanilla, oak, raisins and honey. Canada Club Reserve is intense and spicy on the palate with notes of toffee, coffee and honey.
Try the Canada Club in a Hot Toddy or a Whisky Sour.