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"Canadian Whisky is made primarily from corn or wheat, with a supplement of rye, barley, or barley malt. There are no Canadian government requirements when it comes to the percentages of grains used in the mash bill. They are aged primarily in used oak barrels with a minimum age of three years, though most brands are aged four to six years. Virtually all Canadian whiskys (except the pot-distilled malt whiskies of Glenora in Nova Scotia) are blended from different grain whiskies of different ages. Bulk Canadian Whiskys are usually shipped in barrels to their destination country where they are bottled. These bulk whiskies are usually bottled at 40% ABV (80 proof) and are usually no more than four years old. 'Bottled in Canada' whiskies generally have older components in their blends and are bottled at 43.4% ABV (86.8 proof)."
Our inventory of Canadian Whiskies includes: