Try this Moroccan-inspired drink made by Bombay Sapphire's World’s Most Imaginative Bartender
After beating out thousands of contestants and seven other finalists from around the globe, Vancouver resident and West Restaurant bar manager David Wolowidnyk was been named the winner of the first ever Bombay Sapphire World’s Most Imaginative Bartender competition in May 2012.
A vodka drink perfect for soaking up the last of summer
A fresh and breezy blend of Grey Goose La Poire flavoured vodka, elderflower liqueur, pear nectar, lime juice, cucumber and a touch of mint. La Poire vodka is made with a blend of three natural flavourings blended to mimic the taste and freshness of Anjou pear. This crisp and smooth vodka is available in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia for between $44-54.
Made with Lipton's new green tea
This delicious concoction from Lipton's would fit perfectly into your summer entertaining repitoire. Loaded with fresh summer fruit and Lipton's newly released green tea with citrus, it is a refreshing way to treat yourself to a special cocktail or mocktail.
Newfoundland restaurant Bacalao's most popular cocktail
Andrea Maunder and husband Chef Mike Barsky run the St. John's, Newfoundland restaurant, Bacalao. Bacalao's focus is on what they call 'nouvelle Newfoundland cuisine,' a passionate focus on locally sourced produce, products, seafood, game and spirits. One such example is the Berrypicker, the restaurant's most popular cocktail. It uses both patridgeberries, a Newfoundland staple and Iceberg Vodka, which is produced by the Newfoundland Liquor Corporation from harvesting 12,000-year-old icebergs and triple distilled neutral grain spirits made from Ontario sweet corn.
A refreshing cocktail with Latin flavour
The inspiration for this margarita comes from Latin markets where tropical fruit is served fresh with salt and chili powder, tantalizing your sweet, salty and spicy senses. It is a classic margarita sweetened with pineapple and spiced with ginger.