Dropping the "e" from whiskey is traditionally British and is used in the spelling of Canadian whisky. Made only in Canada, this distilled blend of rye, corn, wheat and barley is smoother and lighter than its cousins, rye and bourbon.
All Canadian Whisky (also known as Rye to many Canadians) is distilled in Canada only. It is aged a minimun of three years (though traditionaly aged 6 years) .Canadian Whisky as a rule has a lighter , delicate taste making it a popular spirit to mix and create numerous cocktails. Over $500 million worth of Canadian Whisky is exported to the United States from Canada each year making it the second largest spirits category in the US market , outselling Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
Canadian whisky is whisky made in Canada; by law it must be aged there at least three years in a barrelhttp://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/F-27/C.R.C.-c.870/236939.html#Section-B.02.020. Most Canadian whiskies are blended multi-grain whiskies and are usually lighter and smoother than other whiskey styles. These are often casually called "rye whisky," however they differ from American rye whiskeys.