I have bottles of most older Canadian Whiskies produced in the last decade incuding several 20 & + years, but I have never heard of a 30 year old. If you discover more about it, please post your findings.
CC 30 is pretty good whisky, for sure, good enough that I bought a spare because it will soon be very hard to find. For the budget conscious, who like that fruity, spicy, cedary profile, the Canadian Club 20 year old is even better and one quarter the price.
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