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    Posted 3 years ago

    SpiritBear
    (813 items)

    Here are two pre-Prohibition whiskeys from Hazeltine & Perkins Drug Co. of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    I cannot find anything on the Canadian Pure Finest Malt, but the Canmalt was patented in 1907.

    Just some neat semi-locals.

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    1. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      What does the gold label say? Bottled expressly for medicinal purposes and what else? Can't read the rest.
    2. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      Did Canada have prohibition, too? Or were these for sale in USA?
    3. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      Oh - it's bottled in MI. BUt what does it say?
    4. SpiritBear, 3 years ago
      The goldish label gives the typical statement found on early 1900s alcohol bottles: Pure and Without Drugs or Poison. It also states that the bottle is not genuine without the signature of the Hazeltine & Perkins Drug Co.

      H. & P. D. Co. was one of Michigan's largest drug companies back in the late 1800s and 1900s. As my description says, they were in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
    5. Caperkid, 3 years ago
      You don't see many malt whiskey bottles from Canada. Nice bottles.
    6. Caperkid, 3 years ago
      Only one Distillery in Canada now that makes a malt whisky. They have to call it Canadian Whisky (not Scotch Whisky )
    7. SpiritBear, 3 years ago
      Sounds like you need to try some.
    8. Caperkid, 3 years ago
      Ive tried it and visited the distillery the use bourbon barrels from Kansas to age the malt in for at least 4 years
    9. Caperkid, 3 years ago
      lol only here

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