You’re filled with Canadian pride, so why not fill your glass with one of these refreshing Canadian cocktail recipes?Each refreshing sipper captures a slice of Canada from coast-to-coast with flavours like rhubarb, cedar and of course, maple! So stock up your bar with rye whisky and invite a few friends over to warm up with a bit of Canadian Winter Punch.
Add a splash of west-coast flavour to your bar cart with some cedar infused rye. The extra-special liquor is a key ingredient in this herb-filled cocktail from the Wolfe in the Fog in Tofino, B.C.
The Perfect Caesar
Summer brunch calls for Canada’s favourite cocktail. Not sure where to start? Here’s an easy, fail-proof recipe that has just the right amount of spice.
Hot Buttered Rum
Hot Buttered Rum gets a unique Newfoundland twist with Screech and bakeapple butter. Bakeapples are a type of tart nordic berry that look like a golden raspberry. If you don’t have a supply on hand, feel free to use salted butter and 1 Tbsp of honey instead.
Blushing Bubbly Sangria
This summer sangria recipe, inspired by a spritz, becomes even more thirst-quenching with a good glug of bubbly. The natural beauty’s blush tone is an irresistible table centrepiece. Talk about functional party decor!
This fresh, floral cocktail is made for the coldest winter days. Why? Because it will warm you from the inside out and remind you of the long hot days of summer.
Ice Maker’s Punch
Hurry hard and then hurry home to enjoy this tasty Saskatchewan speciality. A satisfying drink enjoyed after curling, this boozy punch can be served in a bowl or a pail, your choice!
Canadian Winter’s Punch
With four cups of Canadian rye whisky in this recipe, there’s no denying this punch has punch! Don’t worry though, this recipe is meant for to serve a crowd. If you’re hosting a shin-dig, start making this deliciously spicy drink a couple days ahead to give it time for all the flavours meld.
A Rose is a Rose Cocktail
Ontario-distilled gin shines in this refreshing cocktail. Rose lovers will love the double dose of florals with both the infused gin and additional rose water. Serve in a highball glass with thin slices of cucumber for a beautiful presentation.
The Pitchin’ In Cocktail
Homemade ginger syrup and carrot puree deliver a flavourful combination in this spicy rum cocktail.
Canadian Style Irish Coffee
Canadian whisky and maple syrup give this classic coffee cocktail a true North twist that will warm you from the inside out.
Cranberry-Orange Holiday Punch
Save time taking orders and making drinks for your guests. This classic punch of cranberries, citrus, vodka, and bubbly prosecco comes complete with a beautiful frozen holiday wreath floating elegantly in the bowl.