Traditionally produced from rye, the whisky can also be made from corn, wheat and barley. Different recipes are blended together to deliver a soft and light taste profile. Enjoy neat or on the rocks.
Straight rye Canadian whisky uses 100% unmalted rye. It is matured in new charred oak, giving it a big bold profile. 100% rye is unusual as a full component of a released whisky, though some Canadian distillers produce and age 100% rye, corn, barley, and wheat whiskies as components of their blends.
Single malt whisky is distilled at a single distillery using a pot still distillation process and made from a mash of malted grain.