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Newsletter january 7th

By January 6, 2021Blog EN

The Gin Tonic by Josée di Stasio

COCKTAILS by Rose Simard

1 portion:
Preparation: 2 minutes

Treat yourself and buy a local gin, the gins offer is superb, each with its own unique flavor. A classic revisited. Lots of other recipes to discover in his book L’Apéro au Québec.


  • 45 ml (1.5 oz.) Gin of your choice
    15 ml (0.5 oz.) Pure cranberry juice
    1642 tonic
    Ice cubes
    Lime slice
    Rosemary twig (optional)

Pour the gin, cranberry juice and tonic 1642 into a glass filled with ice cubes.
Mix with a spoon. Garnish with a lime wedge and a sprig of rosemary, if desired.


Honey & Ginger Cocktail By Bleu Royal

Did you know that gin was used, when it was discovered, for its medicinal properties? Mixed with honey and ginger, this is a perfect cocktail for cold season, right?

1.5 oz Royal Blue Gin
2 tbsp. honey syrup (To create this, combine equal parts hot (not boiling) water and honey.)
2 lemon slices
Ginger Beer 1642
Crystallized ginger for garnish


Add some ice cream to a glass, then the lemon slices and fill the rest of the glass with ice. Then add the gin and the honey syrup, then the ginger beer. Stir with a spoon and garnish with crystallized ginger. Drop into the cocktail for a sweet touch. Health!


Découvrez : 1642 Tonic

Discover 1642 Tonic

Une eau de tonique aux arômes d’épinette et de lime qui lui confèrent une amertume parfaitement dosée avec du quassia. Avec son goût peu sucré, il rehausse votre gin préféré.

Embodies the essence and aromas of spruce & lime, for an enticingly flavourful bitterness without the presence of quinine. Subtly sweet, it raises the bar to become the perfect complement to your gin of choice.