J.P. Wiser's 35 Year Old Canadian Whisky
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Wiser's

J.P. 35 Year Old Canadian Whisky (0.75l, 50%)

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It was back in the 19th century when John Philip Wiser emigrated from New York to Ontario, Canada. His grandparents actually purchased a distillery in Ontario and in 1857, John became the distillery's manager. He later purchased the distillery from his grandparents and managed to transform it into one of the largest and most prestigious distilleries in the country. As one does.

J.P. Wiser's 35 Year Old comes from some of the oldest bonds in Canada. Clocking in at a pleasant 50% ABV, this precious and very well-balanced offering brings you flavors of orange, honeycomb, oak, and dried fruit.


*This bottle is a collector’s item; we will not be able to entertain any refunds or exchanges.

**Individual orders are limited to one item per person, as we wish to allow everyone to participate.

***Any kind of transit damage is insured and will be reimbursed.

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The saviour from the North. After the Prohibition, Canada was there for its American friends with the only barrels of aged Whisky around, and they made a killing.
Canadian Whisky was the best selling Liquor category in the US until as recently as 2010!
The Hiram Walker’s Distillery was one of the key suppliers during Prohibition, with Al Capone being one of their biggest customer. Records show Capone paid $7 for a case of Canadian Club and sold it in the US for $75.
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
The saviour from the North. After the Prohibition, Canada was there for its American friends with the only barrels of aged Whisky around, and they made a killing.
Canadian Whisky was the best selling Liquor category in the US until as recently as 2010!
The Hiram Walker’s Distillery was one of the key suppliers during Prohibition, with Al Capone being one of their biggest customer. Records show Capone paid $7 for a case of Canadian Club and sold it in the US for $75.
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