The history of Canadian whisky began on the shores of Lake Ontario, where British immigrants built their first brewery in the early 19th century. Canadian whiskey was influenced by the French, who produced rum in Québec in the 18th century, under the influence of winemaker Hiram Walker, and the rapid development of Canadian whiskey in the 1850s.
It is mainly brewed from rye, corn and barley. It is used for secondary distillation and stored in wooden barrels for 4 years, 6 years, 7 years and 10 years. Before the sale of blending and blending. Canadian whiskey smells refreshing, light and cool, and many North Americans love this wine.