Canned drinks perfect for the cooler

Canned drinks perfect for the cooler


Convenient and safe to take on a picnic or to outdoor shows, canned drinks are definitely popular.

Alcoholic or non-alcoholic cocktails, cider and even mead , there is an increasingly diversified offer in the ready-to-drink department, both in the branches of the Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ) and in convenience stores and grocery stores. 

Here are some new products to try without delay!

Whiskey Lime

Flavored with ginger and lime, this whiskey drink is made by the Wabasso distillery in Three Rivers. Sparkling and refreshing, the Whiskey Lime cocktail evokes Key Lime Pie and vacations in the sun.

7 % alcohol 

< strong>Gin Fizz

The Distillerie 3 Lacs in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield is brightening up our summer with this new gin-based cocktail. Very chic in its pretty can, the Gin Fizz deploys natural aromas of lime and basil, all in freshness.

5% alcohol

< h3>Foliaceae

Original and very natural, the sparkling Foliaceae is an invention of Miellerie King in Kingsey Falls. Delicate, light and low in sugar, this carbonated mead is concocted from the honey of their bees and flavored with wild raspberry leaves from the Tadoussac road.

4.5 % alcohol

Kir Royal Lafrance

A brand new festive cocktail from Domaine Lafrance, from Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, created from their lemon liqueur, Limoncello Lafrance. Reminiscent of lemonade, without being too sweet, it awakens our taste buds with its lively and refreshing aromas.

7 % alcohol

Oshlag Seltzer Lemonade

Brasserie & Montreal Oshlag distillery surprise with four new original flavors: rhubarb, blackberry, pomegranate and pineapple. An alcoholic sparkling water with a subtle taste of lemonade, low in calories and sugar, and enhanced with natural flavors.

4.5 % alcohol < /p>

Margarita Comont

Made from agave spirits and sweetened only with agave syrup, Bedford's Comont Distillery Margarita stands out for its natural, refreshing citrus flavors, with hints of orange and kaffir lime.


4.5% alcohol


Although it is non-alcoholic, the Havana mojito from Distillerie Noroi in Saint-Hyacinthe is quite delightful with its lively and natural flavors of raspberries and mint. Only 50 calories per can.

Less than 0.5% alcohol 

Miele Sour Pineapple

Produced by Distillerie Iberville in Montreal, the pineapple Miele Sour is so refreshing! Made from Miele amaretto liqueur, it reveals subtle notes of almonds, while offering tropical flavors of citrus and pineapple.

7% pineapple alcohol

Noble Pépin Bleuet

The Noble Pépin aux bleuets produced by Vins Arterra, in Rougemont, is a semi-dry apple cider carbonated with added blueberry juice concentrate. A sparkling product, with a good fruity taste, made from apples picked in Rougemont and Quebec blueberries.

5% alcohol

Cherry River Mojito

The Cherry River Distillery in Magog wanted to create a “real ” mojito, without compromise, as we taste it in Cuba! This ready-to-drink cocktail is made with real ingredients, real lime juice, cane sugar, mint infusion and Caribbean rum.

7% alcohol< /p>