Articles Tagged: Canadian whisky

Ghoul-Aid

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Ingredients:
1 part Canadian Club Classic 12 Whisky
3-4 parts Cranberry juice
Splash of Grenadine

Directions:
Add ingredients to a tall glass filled with ice, stir and serve.

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The Real McCoy

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Ingredients:
1.5 parts Canadian Club 6 Year Old
4 parts club soda

Directions:
Add ingredients over ice in a rocks glass.

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Belle Femme

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Ingredients:
1 part Canadian Club 6 Year Old
1 part Dubonnet Rouge
Orange peel, garnish

Directions:
Stir with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a small wheel of orange peel.

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The Boss

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1 part Harvey’s Bristol Cream
2 parts Canadian Club 6 Year Old
2 dashes Orange Bitters
Maraschino cherry for garnish

Shake Harvey’s Bristol Cream, Canadian Club and bitters with ice. Strain over fresh ice into a lowball (rocks) glass. Garnish with maraschino cherry.

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Mountain Tea

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This week’s drink is perfect for the darkening skies upon us. Get out of the cold and warm up with this spiked blackberry tea. We think the folks over at Canadian Club submitted this one, but we are not entirely sure. Who cares? It’s down right tasty!… Read more

Vancouver Cocktail

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The 2010 Winter Olympics are wrapping up in Vancouver this weekend and this week’s drink celebrates the games well. The fair amount of Canadian whisky should help insulate you from the cold. Canadian whisky and maple syrup, this may work on pancakes as well. Let us know!… Read more

CC Old Fashioned

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In celebration of another season of Mad Men, I have been making a whole bunch of Old Fashioned Cocktails. Some with bourbon, some Irish Whiskey, some scotch. This week’s drink is a Old Fashioned made with Canadian Whisky (yes, no ‘e’). I am drinking one now, although I substituted Angostura Orange Bitters for original Angostura Bitters. this recipe call for a simple lemon peel. Is desired, you can make this Old fashioned the ‘new’ way … Read more

Three Rivers

 Tried the Three Rivers Cocktail on a recent trip to NYC, although it hails from Canada. We recommend using Canadian Whiskey, but you can fake if their is none on hand. The addition of the other two “rivers” Dubonnet, a wine based aperitif flavored with herbs, and Triple Sec. This give the drink a bit of spicy sweetness In Quebec it would be called the Trois Rivieres.… Read more