Canadian whisky has a reputation of being a light and less complex whisky in comparison to its American neighbours or Scotch whisky. The Canadian market was a striving market with a lot of small distilleries. Because the Canadian government raised its taxes in the second half of the 19th century only the larger distilleries could survive. Most of the Canadian Whiskies on the market these days are blends, based on corn Whisky.
Canadian Whisky is made from Rye and Barley. The blend consists of GNS and Rye- whisky.
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