Canadian Club was founded by Hiram Walker in 1858. Walker's uniquely smooth whisky quickly gained popularity in the late 19th century in gentlemen's clubs throughout the United States and Canada, and soon became known as "Club Whisky." The popularity of "Club Whisky" caused American distillers to petition Walker and the U.S. Government to add the word "Canada" to the name to make a clear distinction from competing American whiskies. The name was changed to Canadian Club.
For more than 150 years, Canadian Club has been known worldwide as smooth, versatile, and easy to enjoy. Today, Canadian Club is served and enjoyed in more than 150 countries across the globe.
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