@ellowhiskey It's interesting how, although Scotch whiskies and Irish whiskies have strict limits on what they may contain, Canadian 'rye' whisky does not. By tradition, rye whisky must contain rye, but this is a tradition long since not respected. In America, a law prevents the rye content from dipping below 51% of the mash, but Canadian ryes are more like bourbon than anything: the majority of their content is almost always maize ('corn') rather than rye.
That brings me to Alberta Premium, the last, great, true Canadian rye whisky. It is, in my opinion, the tipple of God and His Angels, alongside Lagavulin and Talisker and Jack Daniel's.