Definitions for "Canadian whiskey"
Keywords:  rye, barley, corn, whiskey, distilled
is blended of straight whiskeys (usually rye corn and barley) distilled only in Canada under government supervision.
Like American whiskeys, Canadian whiskey is made primarily from corn, rye, and malted barley, and is distilled by a process similar to that used in making bourbon, except that a sweet mash is used. Lighter bodied, smoother, and less assertive than its American counterpart, Canadian whiskey is excellent for mixing or for summer use.
A blended liquor distilled from corn, wheat, rye or barley.