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Long live our winters

In Quebec, wintertime is so long, we might as well enjoy it! And there are many ways to embrace winter at its best during outdoor activities. And to highlight the end of the day, here are some cold-weather cocktail ideas, to be enjoyed in the warmth of your own home or outdoors to reconnect with the winter magic.

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