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  1. In the liquors and spirits lair at the Lore & Legends distillery
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    In the liquors and spirits lair at the Lore & Legends distillery

    Located in the heart of downtown Lévis is a large building where Lore & Legends co-founders Virgil Demers and Martin Vaillancourt set up shop three years ago.

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  2. Le Mas de Patriotes winery: Where heritage meets terroir
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    Le Mas de Patriotes winery: Where heritage meets terroir

    Le Mas des Patriotes winery grew out of a lifelong dream. In the early 2000s, France Cliche restored an old abandoned barn and planted the first few acres of vines in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu—becoming one of only a handful of women winery owners.

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  3. 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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  4. Fresh: A contemporary take on vermouth
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    A contemporary take on vermouth

    It’s an ingredient you’ve tasted in many popular cocktails like martinis, Old Fashioneds, Negronis, and even Spritzes. And contrary to popular belief, vermouth is more than just that syrupy aperitif your grandparents used to drink. Thanks to local and international mixologists and producers, it’s making a big comeback.

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  5. Quebec's green fairy
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    Quebec's green fairy

    It inspired 19th century poets and artists, and was banned, then legalized 100 years later. Absinthe is still shrouded in mystery to this day—but local distillers are doing their best to crack the code! Here are the secrets behind a spirit that’s winning over a growing number of Quebecers.

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. A holiday toast to Quebec
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    A holiday toast to Quebec

    Caught up in the magic of the holidays? How about some festive cocktails made from Québec products, recipes and ingredients to make the season even merrier?

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  10. A passion for apples and entrepreneurship
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    A passion for apples and entrepreneurship

    At the heart of Sainte-Cécile-de-Milton is an orchard teeming with life—Cidrerie Milton. Fourth-generation owner Marc-Antoine Lasnier is the one steering this impressive outfit that continues to surprise and delight us.

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  11. Noroi
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    A cocktail the way you like it

    We often talk about the non-alcoholic trend, and of course its classic counterpart. But beyond these opposites, a world of possibilities awaits cocktail lovers. By playing with the proportions of the products, you can create tailor-made combinations to satisfy all preferences.

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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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