- It's grain was brought off the still at very high proof
- It has less than 9.09% non-grain alcohol additives after distillation
- It's aged in charred white oak barrels (not necessarily unused)
- It states "distilled by Joseph E. Seagram & Sons"
Sounding pretty much like a Canadian Whisky?
Seagram's Extra Dry Gin of Lawrenceburg, Indiana