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 flavors of dried fruit, vanilla, caramel, tobacco and spice. Named Canadian Whisky of the Year for 2019 (Jim Murray, Whisky Bible).
"Recently, a new “oldest Canadian whisky ever,” appears every year. In 2018, the honor goes to Canadian Club. Cedar lumber, fresh apricots, hints of bonfire, and sweet applewood on the nose. On the palate it’s butter tarts with vanilla, waves of pepper, pears, peaches, bonfire notes, and hints of pipe tobacco. Crisp, clean, and slightly bigger than Canadian Club 40 year old, the 41 is woodsy, silky, and mouth filling. (2,472 bottles for U.S.)"
-96pts, Whisky Advocate