Turkey isn’t the only thing you should be looking forward to this Thanksgiving season. If you need a little something extra to help you through the holidays, there are many LCBO Thanksgiving drinks to try.
While sticking to your favourite bottle of wine will do the trick, there are multiple boozy drinks for you to sip on in Ontario that will transport you to harvest season.
From pumpkin flavoured beers, to roasted apple whisky, there is something for every alcohol drinker.
So head out to your nearest store and pick up some of these treats today.
Revelstoke Roasted Apple Whisky
If you are a whisky lover, this is the perfect drink to spice up your holiday season. Made in Canada, this local refreshment has undertones of apple pie.
Nothing screams Thanksgiving more than drinking your dessert from a bottle.
Inniskillin Late Autumn Riesling
Calling all wine lovers! This beautiful colour wine is so in season that it even has the word “autumn” in its name.
The blend has notes of apple, Asian pear, honey, citrus and delicate spice.
St-Ambroise Pumpkin Ale
The smell of this ale will transport you back to your grandma’s house when she was baking you your favourite pie.
The beverage has aromas of baking spice, fresh pumpkin and spicy hops and is lightly sweet, with nutmeg and cinnamon notes and a natural pumpkin flavour.
Baileys Salted Caramel
If you’re looking to put a fall twist on your evening coffee, this flavour of Baileys should do the trick.
Baileys Salted Caramel offers rich aromas of caramel, toffee, vanilla and is the perfect fall twist to a classic drink.
Lohin McKinnon Chocolate Malt
Calling all sweet tooth lovers! This whisky is the perfect drink for anyone who can never have too much chocolate in their life.
This limited-edition LCBO Thanksgiving drinks has hints of cocoa and cream.
Growers Honeycrisp Apple
You can’t go wrong with a simple cider, and Growers Honeycrisp Apple will do the trick. According to the drink description, the “flavours are reminiscent of biting into a juicy, fresh Honeycrisp apple.”
If you’re a wine lover, you can also check out our list of ten wines that you can buy for under $10 from the LCBO.