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Canadian whisky (spelled without the "e") is quite simply whisky produced in Canada.
They tend to be blends with fairly high corn and rye percentages which produce smooth, flavorful whiskys suitable to a broad range of palates. There can be some confusion since Canadian law allows distillers to label a whisky as a "rye" even if if only contains a small percentage of rye grain in the mash bill (the grains used for distilling). While this might seem confusing, Canadian whiskys are generally packed with flavor and designed to be easy-drinking, approachable spirits at affordable prices.
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