Canadian Whisky has a reputation of being a light and less complex whisky in comparison to its American neighbors or Scotch whisky, given its limited requirements.
The Canadian market was a thriving market with a lot of small distilleries prior to the 19th century. In the second half of the 19th century, the Canadian government raised its taxes allowing only the larger distilleries to survive. Most of the Canadian Whiskies on the market these days are blends, based on corn Whisky.
Aged without the hassle
Canadian Whisky is made from a blend of Rye and Barley grain. To be classified as Canadian Whiskey, it must be aged for a minimum of three years. The blend consists of GNS and Rye- whisky. This product aged in Used Oak Barrels and ships to you in 270-gallon totes.
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