Canadian whiskey is mos def not Bourbon. But it is good stuff! We talk about all types of spirits up in here. The rum guy regularly throws in random stuff for us to chew on (or is that to sip). I post about any spirits I buy here in Republica Dominicana.Not sure if Canadian whiskey is bourbon but ....A member of this site came down here from Canada a few days ago and brought me 4 large bottles of Crown Royal....which I will pick up tomorrow...Its not Jim Beam. its a lot better and not available here............
Over here in EAST SIDE, and Santo Domingo, Crown Royal is available both in the Deluxe and the Apple flavor. My last bottle of Crown Royal Deluxe has been drained and I have not re-upped. What I would like to see is the Vanilla flavor here. On ice that stuff is good. It should be illegal to make whiskey taste like candy.
"There’s only one law for producing Canadian whisky: It must be fermented, distilled and aged in Canada. There are no laws dictating what grains must be used, unlike bourbon which requires a certain amount of corn, or single malt scotch which, naturally, requires malted barley. Canadian whisky is often made from several different grains including corn, rye, and malted barley. However, also unlike bourbon or many other styles of whiskey, each different grain type is generally fermented, distilled and aged separately. They’re only combined at the end before bottling, which means the amount of rye whiskey added to each blend can vary widely."