Whiskey, CanadianCocktail Ingredient Glossary » Whiskey, Canadian
A type of whiskey that by law must be mashed, distilled and aged for at least three years in Canada in wooden barrels less than 700 L capacity.
Canadian whiskey is often made from rye, and is sometimes synonymous with it (i.e. "rye and coke"). The majority of whiskey produced in Canada is sold in U.S. markets.
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Brands and Variations of Canadian whiskey
Crown Royal is a blended Canadian whisky.