Island Tide is a cane-sugar spirit (45% alcohol). If it was aged in an oak barrel, it could be called rum (rum is made from sugar and/or molasses but needs to age in oak to put rum on the label). In PEI some people may call this island moonshine. Traditionally, most moonshine in PEI was made from sugar as it was cheap and easy to get (historically, we did a lot of trade with the southern island and sugar was one of the major commodities).
Blueberry Fruit Spirit/Eau de vie ((45% alcohol). Distilled from a island wild blueberry wine produced by Newman Estate winery here in PEI. It has a whisper of blueberry and can be served as a brandy. Brandies are a distilled fruit wine but again, to call it Brandy it needs to age in wood. This is an unaged Brandy. Eau de vie is more common in Europe, pear, peach, plum, etc. Eau de vies.
Maple liqueur (25% alcohol). A blend of alcohol and pure maple syrup (no artificial flavours). Great as an after dinner treat, or served over ice cream as a dessert (or in coffee!).