Celebrate the Red & White with Berry Cocktails

Fresh and tasty homegrown berries inspire

We asked mixologist Whitney Munro of Tipicular Fixin’s in Toronto to create Canadian cocktails inspired by local ingredients – and our uniquely Canadian spirits.
Blackberry Fix from Burnaby, B.C.

Blackberry Fix from Burnaby, B.C.

In this distinctly Canadian cocktail, wild Blackberries are combined with Wiser’s Deluxe Whisky and poured over crushed ice.

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Saskatoon Berry Buck from Saskatoon, SK

Saskatoon Berry Buck from Saskatoon, SK

The abundance of this purplish berry gave the city of Saskatoon its name. It lends a nutty flavour to this classic cocktail.

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Loganberry Cocktail from Grimsby, ON

Loganberry Cocktail from Grimsby, ON

Featuring two stars from the Golden Horseshoe, this blackberry-raspberry hybrid deliciously counters Forty Creek’s stone fruit and citrus flavours.

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Cloudberry Maple Cream from Cote-Nord-Duplessis, PQ

Cloudberry Maple Cream from Cote-Nord-Duplessis, PQ

The subtle acidity of the cloudberry combined with the sweet and smoky Crown Royal Maple creates a sophisticated dessert-style cocktail. Oh Canada!

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Cranberry Shrub Fizz from Tracy, NB

Cranberry Shrub Fizz from Tracy, NB

Cranberries are abundant in New Brunswick. The natural acidity and sweetness of the cranberries and the crispness from the Prince Igor Extreme Vodka creates a refreshing, casual cocktail.

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Wild Blueberry and Mint Highball from Oxford, NS

Wild Blueberry and Mint Highball from Oxford, NS

Oxford, Nova Scotia is the wild blueberry capital of Canada. The Iceberg vodka highlights the dark fruity tang of the berries.

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