Awarded from San Francisco
World Spirits Competition,
one of the most influential
spirits competition in the world.

Canadian whisky Aged 6 years 750 ML

When sipping on Swear Jar Whisky, you get what’s best in Canadian crafts. Our 6-years-olds Canadian whisky is made to satisfy your taste buds with every sip.

You’ll probably get thrown off by the sweet, tangy, peppery heat, and fall for the rich, mouth-coating caramel, cinnamon ginger and cloves softness.

Just what it takes to get an audacious tasting experience, as if you were drinking it from a wooden cabin, in the Canadian forest.

Our unique recipe has, like us, a strong personality. It is real, smooth and genuinely made for whisky lovers. Yep it’s true, we won prizes, but let us tell you something : prizes should never take away the simplicity of drinking a good whisky in good company. Let’s not take it too seriously. After all, we’re whisky drinkers, right ?

Nose: a warm Canadian welcome, brought by rich toffee and cinnamon

Palate: delicate clove and caramel, hints of fruits followed by a daring spice of Sichuan Peppercorn

Finish: a bold kick transitions to a smooth finish, perfectly balanced.


A kick @$ drink for whisky lovers who want to sit back and enjoy life’s simple pleasures.


Can be served neat, with a stone, in an Old Fashioned or an Egg White Sour…but always enjoyed in good company. 

Find your drink

Great tasting whisky with a foul mouth
In the words of Mark Twain, ‘’Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whisky is barely enough.”
To be called Canadian
To be called Canadian, one must be polite. To be called a Canadian whisky, it must be mashed, distilled and aged a minimum of three years in our Canadian homeland, in wooden barrels no larger than 700 liters (I guess bigger isn’t always better…). And if you didn’t know, most Canadian whiskies are blended multi-grain liquors containing a large percentage of corn. See? Whisky is just a damn cereal blend! When Canadian distillers began adding small amounts of highly flavourful rye grain to their mashes, people began asking for this new rye-flavoured whisky, calling it simply "rye". Today the terms "rye whisky" and "Canadian whisky" refer to the exact same product. We couldn’t be prouder to be the “Whisky in the Rye” inheritors.
Sometimes the best way to taste the grains
Sometimes the best way to taste the grains in a whisky is not one that spotlights a single variety, but is instead a blend like Swear Jar. In our blend the spiciness of the rye plays off the sweetness of the corn, the mellowness of the barley and each grain highlighted by those with which it shares the mash bill. Corn: sweeter, robust flavors of vanilla and maple syrup. It can give way to a pleasant, leathery finish with further aging. Rye: extra bite of sweet and peppery spice. The higher the rye content, the spicier the whiskey. Barley: a roasty, toffee-flavored cereal flavour

Create your own cocktails.

Post a shot of your cocktails, tag #SwearJar or tag us, and you may be reposted.

And please, we implore you to swear on social media.

Post a shot of your beverage, tag #SwearJar or tag us, and you may be reposted.

Let’s play

we recommend that you drink soda, soft drinks or water to avoid swearing and to be safe.
Let’ play !

Drinking is not a sprint, and even though you might like running, take it easy on that whisky. Enjoy and have fun, one sip at a time.

Oh and don’t forget to put money in the jar every time you lose and swear. Something tells us this one might get full pretty soon.

Alcohol consumption is not required for any of these games. Feel free to substitute juice, water, or soda.

Please drink responsibly and have a designated driver. Remember that this adult drinking games post is intended for readers of legal drinking age based on your country’s regulations.

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