In the Quebec tradition, you can eat several types of appetizers during cocktails to satisfy everyone's taste. Here is a list of ranges of Canadian appetizers that you can put on your table to surprise your guests.
In Canada, drinking caribou wine has become a classic on the tables at cocktail parties of all kinds. Ancient recipes have been adapted with this type of drink, and this has given it the place of aperitif wine.
Caribou is like punch thanks to its recipe. Its main components are red wine and strong alcohol. The percentage of wine must be greater than or equal to 75 % and the 25 % remainder revert to alcohol.
Chic choc rum
Chic choc rum is a range of delicately crafted spirits. The chic choc is a reference to the Gaspésie peninsula. This is an infusion of Nordic spice bouquet combined with a 3-5 year old rum. The spices used are quite rare too, such as boreal spices, dune peppers, etc.
Its amber color close to that of copper with a smell of cinnamon mixed with honey makes this rum a unique spirit.
Crème de cassis is a liqueur made from the blackcurrant berry. With its blood red color, it is a very popular aperitif in Canada.
The Canadian vodka "the boiler room"
Boiler room is a typical Canadian vodka made from rye. It is distilled three times in a row in order to have a powerful taste, ideal for an aperitif.
Quebec ice cider is a real treat and has a special taste. It is the mixture of an apple fermented under the action of cold. The apples are picked after the first frosts. The taste is similar to a stewed apple, with a perfect balance between sweetness and unequaled acidity, hence its undeniable place during aperitifs.