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Old 27-07-2006, 04:54 PM posted to alt.religion.kibology,rec.food.drink,rec.arts.books
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On Thu, 27 Jul 2006 11:47:04 -0400, "Francis A. Miniter"
wrote:

Otto Bahn wrote:

"Francis A. Miniter" wrote



That agrees with the impression I got: that in the sections of the
Salterton Trilogy set in Canada the only term used for whiskey was
"rye".



Canadian rye whiskey, while drinkable, is bullshit. It
might not have had any rye involved at all.



By the way, has anyone noticed that the Irish and American spirit producers
tend to use the spelling "whiskey" while the Scots and Canadian distillers use
the spelling "whisky"?



That Tom Cruise movie "Whisky business" was American.

--oTTo--

:-)
You had me going there for a minute.


Me, too. Not many people know that Tom Cruise is Canadian. Everyone
just assumes he's from the US.

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