Bring in summer with made-at-home cocktails. The possibilities are endless, but we think these four cocktails suit the occasion nicely. Mix one (or all) up for your Canada Day celebrations.
Dark ‘N’ Stormy
Give this cocktail a fresh Canuck feel by making it with Chic Choc Spiced Rum. Made in Canada, it is produced with six indigenous spices, creating a fresh take on rum that features a spicy bouquet with nuances of sugar cane and cinnamon, complemented by a subtle peppery tone.
45 ml (1 1/2 oz.) Chic Choc Spiced Rum
60 ml (2 oz.) ginger ale
15 ml (1/2 oz.) lemon juice
1 sprig of spruce
Fill a glass with ice cubes. Add Chic Choc Spiced Rum, ginger ale and lemon juice. Garnish with the sprig of spruce.
Add a little extra zip to your July 1st Caesars with a dash of barbecue sauce.
2-3 oz. Luksusowa vodka
5 tsp fresh lemon juice
2 tsp BBQ sauce
4 dashes of Worcestershire sauce
2 pinches of salt
2 pinches of pepper
Rim a glass with lemon and dip into seasoning. Pour all ingredients into a mixing container. Using a second container, pour the mix back and forth (3-4 times) between the two. Pour into a glass with 2-3 ice cubes and serve.
What could be more Canadian than maple syrup? Here, it’s featured in a simple cocktail. Oh, Canada!
1.5 oz Luksusowa vodka
1 tsp maple syrup (grade A)
Pour all ingredients into a stirring glass and stir with cubed ice until cold and balanced. Strain into a pre-chilled cocktail glass and finish it off with a zest of orange.
Long loved by Italians, this cocktail screams summer and is super easy to make. It can easily be multiplied and made in a pitcher – perfect for sharing on a patio.
3 parts Cinzano Prosecco
2 parts Aperol
1 splash of soda
Combine ingredients in a wine glass filled with ice. Garnish with an orange wedge.