Typical Canadian drinks:
Canadian beer is not very well known abroad, but it is one of the best beers in North America.
The Canadians have won the prize for the best whiskeys in the world several times. Canadian whiskey has its own classification rules that differentiate it from American, Scottish or Irish whiskey. In Canada, whiskey must be aged in barrels for at least three years, but this restriction does not apply to blends of American and Canadian whiskey.
It is a typical drink well created by beer makers who had to develop a non-alcoholic alternative during World War II. Thus was born cider, a soft alcoholic drink produced by fermentation and distillation of apple juice.
It is an alcoholic Canadian drink made from juice that has frozen on contact with cold air because it comes from grapes that have been left in the vineyard to keep them in good condition until temperatures drop . The result is a sweet wine!
Is Canada the next frontier for international viticulture? In recent years, several Canadian producers have taken advantage of cold winters and hot summers to produce high quality wines with excellent value for money.
Since 1953, this fiery drink has been marketed as a medicine to soothe sore throats and throat infections. But it quickly became one of the most popular liqueurs in Canada.
It is a spirit produced by the distillation of grain or molasses with maples, angelica root and coriander seeds. In Canada, gin always goes hand in hand with whiskey because they are very similar products.