LCBO Food & Drink Holiday 2020


Canadiana classic

Toasted nut flavours unite all three ingredients in this sweet, creamy combo, which will instantly transport you to your happy place.

Original Pecan Jewels Under the Kilt Crunchy and lightly sweet, these award-­ winning maple-roasted pecans are so good it’s hard not to eat the entire bag. Made in Fergus, Ont., with pecans sourced from across the province and maple syrup from Sud- bury, they’re available at grocers and online.

GoodLot Brewing Bighead Amber Made on a farm brewery in Caledon, Ont., this amber-hued ale ( LCBO 15871, 473 mL, $3.25) has notes of toast, honey, apricot and flowers with a snap- py herbaceous bit- terness. The sweet nuts cut the brew’s bold bitterness.

Ashton Brown Ale Made by an Ottawa family who started the city’s famous Patty’s Pub, this microbrewery’s lineup showcases classic British styles. Ashton Brown Ale ( LCBO 17402, 473 mL, $3.25) has warm notes of toffee, dark chocolate and light coffee.

Nocino, Monforte Dairy, Stratford, Ont. This water buffalo milk cheese has ribbons of caramel and toasted nut flavours with a hint of licorice spice. Its caramel centre shines as the nut brown ale cleanses the rich cheese from your mouth.

Black Oak Nut Brown Ale An Ontario classic, this nut brown ( LCBO 422121, 473 mL, $3.25) is the ulti- mate comfort-food beer. Notes of dark chocolate and cacao, toast and of course plenty of nutti- ness swirl together in this lightly carbonated brew. It coaxes even more maple notes out of the pecans and leaves you wanting another crunchy nut bite.



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