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Distillery

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  1. Temiscouata Distillery: Maple sap and the Quebec terroir
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    Temiscouata Distillery: Maple sap and the Quebec terroir

    The Temiscouata Distillery, located in Auclair in the Lower Saint Lawrence region, is made up of some 40 maple syrup producers who decided to innovate, stimulate the economy and take charge of their industry by producing Acerum, a maple syrup-based spirit!

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  2. Hacienda Patrón, an eco-friendly distillery
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    Hacienda Patrón, an eco-friendly distillery

    If you love tequila, you know that Patrón makes exquisite, high-quality spirits. But did you know that the distillery puts concrete and ecological measures into practice day after day in most of its operations? Here's a look at a comprehensive and unique approach.

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  3. Joy Spence, master blender at Appleton
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    Joy Spence, the grande dame of rum

    As Black History Month unfolds, meet Dr. Joy Spence, a master blender for nearly 30 years at Appleton in Jamaica, an exceptional woman whose reputation extends far beyond the Caribbean region.

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  4. Upcycling the fruits of their labour
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    Upcycling the fruits of their labour

    At Entre Pierre et Terre in Franklin, in Montérégie, not only do owners Michelle Boyer and Loïc Chanut turn their orchard fruit into cider, wine and spirits, they also find ingenious ways to make sure nothing goes to waste.

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  5. The flavour alchemist
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    The flavour alchemist

    At the corner of Chapleau and Masson in Montreal’s Rosemont neighbourhood, Lilian Wolfelsberger is constantly experimenting. The co-founder of Distillerie de Montréal took us behind the scenes in his lab and revealed the creative process behind his chocolate and pineapple spirits.

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  6. Distillerie St. Laurent
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    Distillerie du St. Laurent: Proud artisans

    In Rimouski, in the Lower St. Lawrence, stands a new architectural building overlooking the St. Lawrence River that’s home to Distillerie du St. Laurent. It’s in this enchanting part of the Pointe-au-Père district, with its iconic lighthouse and spectacular sunsets, that Joël Pelletier and Jean-François Cloutier create and share their products.

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  7. Distillerie Comont
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    Distillerie Comont: From the earth to our hands to the bottle

    When you stroll through the streets of Bedford in the Eastern Townships, you quickly notice a huge red-brick building. A vestige of the industrial era, this old needle factory has become a creative hub and an artists’ residence, and it’s where Samuel Gaudette and Vanessa Cliche have set up their stills.

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  8. Distillerie Shefford: From sap to bottle
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    Distillerie Shefford: From sap to bottle

    The Eastern Townships, with Mount Shefford as a backdrop, is where the Bourassa brothers harvest some 2,500,000 litres of maple water per year, and where they nurture their second passion—the distillery.

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  9. Following with the current
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    Following with the current

    The main ingredient in Quebec spirits is our precious blue gold. Each bottle of locally made gin and vodka contains a bit of our terroir. Here’s how our waters add to their unique flavour.

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  10. Job: Whisky maker
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    Job: Whisky maker

    At Cirka Distilleries, located in the Côte-Saint-Paul district of Montreal, Isabelle Rochette works the stills to bottle the enchanting flavour of Quebec barley, rye and corn. We had the opportunity to talk to her about her great passion for whisky.

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  11. Anne Monna from Cassis Monna & Filles
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    Discover the rich world of blackcurrants with a visit to Cassis Monna et Filles

    When you arrive on Île d’Orléans, take a left at the first intersection and you’ll reach Cassis Monna et Filles in no time. Anne Monna, one of the sister-owners, welcomes me like an old friend. “We’re girls who love to celebrate and host parties. We created a place that reflects who we are.”

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  12. Quebec rum: The taste of the West Indies, made right here
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    Quebec rum: The taste of the West Indies, made right here

    Did you know that rum was already being distilled here in Quebec when it was known as New France? Clearly, the modern history of Quebec rums is much more recent, but its star is on the rise. Here’s a look at a trend that’s about to take off.

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