#FOODTRYMORE

Join Ford For #FordTryMore Deals To Win a Trip To Montreal

We’ve been out trying a few new things this summer and popped into the Guess HQ Escape House last week to help recover a lost artifact through a series of clues! To solve the mystery, you have to disable laser beams, unlock a vault and remove the artifact without setting off any alarms. That’s all I can tell you, so you’ll have to go down to Gastown and figure the rest out for yourself. See below on how to snag a coupon.Guess HQ

We got there by test driving the amazing new Ford ST Focus. Such a sporty car, and so easy to zip around the city in. Hadn’t drove a manual in a while and I so miss it; so much more control behind the wheel!

2015 Ford Focus ST

Ford is partnering with local businesses to offer special #FordTryMore promotions to Vancouverites during July!

Try something different. Why not put your best foot forward with: axe throwing, rock climbing, or a swing class. Such bravery has its rewards, like earning your way to a once in a lifetime experience: a trip for two to The Ford Ultimate Try-Athlon in Montreal on August 23rd. You’ll drive Ford Performance vehicles around a custom track, learn stunt driving, test-drive new Ford vehicles and more. After all the track fun get ready to celebrate with a rocking party. Will you be there? Find out what you can do. Try more.Here’s how to enter the challenge:
A. Try your own thing. Do whatever excites, motivates or challenges you. From zip lining, to karaoke, make your Try More experience uniquely you.  OR
B. Visit one of our official Try More Partners in your city. See the list of partners available in your city by choosing from the try partners menu!
THEN! Have a great time with your experience and capture the moment in a video or photo using #FordTryMore. Then upload your Ford Try More moment(s) here

Vouchers for the activities can be downloaded at trymore.ca!

PARTNER SERVICE #FORDTRYMORE PROMO
The Hive Bouldering Gym Rock climbing 25% off drop-in orientation and climbing shoe rentals (as a package) Limit 1 per customer.
Float House Flotation Tanks 25% off a single float session. By appointment only. Please call ahead to book. Limit 1 per customer.
Guess HQ Escape Game 20% off a regular escape game when using promo code ‘Ford Try More’ and booking online.  Limit 1 per customer.
Vancouver Circus School Circus classes 10% off adult drop-in into classes  Limit 1 per customer
Brush and Wand Magic lessons One free magic lesson. By appointment only. Please email or call ahead to book.  Limit 1 per customer.
Academie Duello Sword play 25% off an introductory course. Limit 1 per customer

 

vista d'oro

Vista D’oro Farms & Winery – 4th Annual Walnut Festival

Oh what nutty fun this will be!

DATE: Sunday July 26th, 2014
TIME: 12pm until 4pm
LOCATION: 346 208th Street – Langley

Sunday the 26th, join Vista D’oro to celebrate the Green Walnut!

We have invited a number of our favorite chefs/creators/farmers to spend the day at the farm with all of us, in celebration of the Green Walnut. A day to share a little taste of what they do and give them a chance to tell their unique story and introduce you, our favourite customers, to their amazing products.

Sample our latest preserves, wines and ciders alongside other walnut inspired nibbles created just for the day. Wines, Ciders and Sangria will also be available for purchase by the glass as well as picnic provisions.

Entertainment throughout the day will be playing under the walnut trees and picnic blankets are welcome and encouraged.

Tickets are $25 – includes entry, wine tastings and food samples

All ticket proceeds from the event to support Canuck Place Childern’s Hospice

Click the link below to order tickets online or send us an email – info@vistadoro.com

Eventbrite - 4th Annual Walnut Festival

Please, as always,  plan a safe ride home!

PS – Chabby kindly requests you keep your dogs at home
, she hates sharing all the attention :)

Enroute

Air Canada enRoute Film Festival 2015 Screening

Stop by the Vancity Theatre for a free film screening at the 2015 Air Canada enRoute Film Festival.  Hosted by eTalk’s Liz Trinnear, the night will begin with a cocktail reception at 6:30pm, followed by an 8:00pm screening of 20 selected shorts from Canada’s brightest young filmmakers. Make sure to arrive early, as space is limited!

When: Thursday July 23rd, 2015

Where: Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour St

Time: Cocktail reception: 6:30pm

Screening: 8:00pm

Price: No cost.

Website: http://enroute.aircanada.com/en/film-festival

EnRoute Film Festival

2015 jury includes Tatiana Maslany, Catherine O’Hara,
François Girard and more

The Air Canada enRoute Film Festival announced it will showcase emerging Canadian short film talent on Air Canada flights around the world from August 1 to December 31, 2015. All 20 selected shorts will be announced at a free public screening and cocktail at Vancity Theatre (1181 Seymour St.) in downtown Vancouver on Thursday, July 23 at 6:30 p.m. PT. The event will be hosted by eTalk’s Liz Trinnear.

Millions of Air Canada passengers will be able to view the selected short films on their personal seatback in-flight entertainment system and online at enRoutefilm.com. Passengers and movie lovers alike will have the chance to vote for their favourite film to win the People’s Choice Award. Voting will start in August on enRoutefilm.com and run until October 31st.

Once again this year, a star-studded jury will select the winners, who will each receive an all-inclusive trip for two to the Berlin International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany, courtesy of Air Canada. The winner of Best Short Film will also receive $5,000 courtesy of presenting sponsor, Cineplex.

All of the films will compete to win prizes for Best Short Film, Achievement in Direction, Achievement in Cinematography, Achievement in Animation, and Achievement in Documentary.

This year’s jury, led by Tatiana Maslany (actress) includes (alphabetical order):

  • Albert Shin (director)
  • Catherine O’Hara (actress)
  • François Girard (director)
  • John Galway (President of Bell Media’s The Harold Greenberg Fund)
  • Julie Roy (Executive Producer at the NFB’s French Animation Studio)
  • Ron Mann (director)
  • Ruba Nadda (director)
  • Sophie Desmarais (actress)
  • Yassmina Karajah (director and winner of Best Short Film at the 2014 Air Canada enRoute Film Festival)

Free public screenings will be held in Montreal on Monday November 2, 2015 and in Toronto on Wednesday, November 4. Following the Toronto screening, prizes will be presented at an invitation-only awards celebration.

For news on the festival and film profiles, please visit www.enroutefilm.com.

Hashtag: #enRouteFilm15
Twitter: @enRoutemag and @AirCanada
Facebook: enRoute magazine and Air Canada
Instagram: enroutemag and aircanada
Pinterest: enRoute Magazine and aircanada

About Air Canada’s enRoute In-Flight Entertainment:
Air Canada’s enRoute In-flight Entertainment offers over 600 hours of on-demand entertainment available free of charge at the touch of a finger. Its gate-to-gate in-flight entertainment programming features up to 150 movies in all genres, including the latest Hollywood and independent titles produced locally and internationally in more than 20 languages, up to 200 TV shows including the most popular TV series, interesting documentaries and our very own ACTV channel, over 100 albums and playlists in all musical genres and entertaining and informative audio books and podcasts. Air Canada’s enRoute In-Flight Entertainment is programmed by Spafax, one of the world’s leading custom publishers and providers of in-flight media, with offices in fourteen cities around the world. Spafax is a part of the specialist communications division of WPP. http://enroute.aircanada.com/

About Air Canada: Air Canada is Canada’s largest domestic and international airline serving more than 190 destinations on five continents.  Canada’s flag carrier is among the 20 largest airlines in the world and in 2014 served more than 38 million customers.  Air Canada provides scheduled passenger service directly to 64 Canadian cities, 52 destinations in the United States and 78 cities in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America. Air Canada is a founding member of Star Alliance, the world’s most comprehensive air transportation network serving 1,321 airports in 193 countries.  Air Canada rewards its most loyal customers through its top tier recognition program, Altitude, that offers frequent flyers a range of priority travel services, lounge access and upgrades to Executive Class, complementing their membership in Aeroplan, Canada’s premier loyalty program, which provides numerous ways to earn and redeem Aeroplan Miles with over 150 travel and retail partners.

Air Canada is the only international network carrier in North America to receive a Four-Star ranking according to independent U.K. research firm Skytrax.  According to the 2014 Canadian Business Travel Survey conducted by Ipsos Reid, Air Canada was the preferred airline for more than 80 percent of frequent business travellers in Canada.  In 2014, readers of Global Traveler magazine again voted Air Canada “Best Airline in North America,” the readers of Business Traveler voted Air Canada “Best North American Airline for International Travel” and “Best North America Airline Inflight Experience,” and the readers of Premier Traveler voted Air Canada “Best Flight Attendants in North America.”  For more information on Air Canada visit aircanada.com, follow @AirCanada on Twitter and join Air Canada on Facebook.

 

Meet My Market Month

Farmers MarketThe BC Association of Farmers’ Markets is excited to announce that July is Meet My Market month at farmers’ markets across the province!

Throughout the month of July, anyone in BC can participate in Meet My Market month by bringing a friend to their local BC farmers’ market and entering a grand prize giveaway via social media or in person at participating markets. Meet My Market month kicks off on July 1 and runs until July 31, 2015.

Across the province, more than 125 farmers’ markets offer an abundance of locally grown food and locally made goods, along with community fun including live music, children’s activities, cooking classes, artisan workshops and a place for neighbourhoods to come together.

Funding support for Meet My Market month is provided, in part, by the BC Government’s Buy Local Program; delivered by the Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC with funding from the BC Ministry of Agriculture, Vancity and the BC Association of Farmers’ Markets.

Celebrate Meet My Market month this July and you could win big! Here’s how:

1. At participating markets: Simply bring a friend to your favourite BC farmers’ market and fill out a ballot at the info booth. Many markets are offering additional incentives such as a free coffee or baked treat.

2. Via social media: Snap a photo at your favourite BC farmers’ market and post it on social media, tagging @bcfarmersmarket and add #MeetMyMarket to enter. Not on Instagram or Twitter? No problem. You can also enter via the BCAFM Facebook Page.

3. All entries will be automatically entered to win one of two grand prizes: A three-night getaway (+ wine touring) for two to Sparkling Hill Resort in the Okanagan. Social media entrants will also be eligible to win one of five weekly random prize draws for $50 to spend at the farmers’ market of their choice.

Follow Meet My Market month:

Website: http://www.bcfarmersmarket.org/meetmymarket

Twitter & Instagram: @BCFarmersMarket #MeetMyMarket

Deighton Cup

CONTEST CLOSED #GIVEAWAY 2 Tickets to The Deighton Cup

The Deighton Cup, is running Lucky Number Seven on Saturday, July 25, 2015 at Hastings Racecourse (188 N. Renfrew St.), from 12 pm to 6 pm.

Named after legendary Vancouver saloon owner John “Gassy Jack” Deighton, The Deighton Cup is warming up for its seventh anniversary of heart-stopping horse racing, fearless fashion and masterful mixology, co-produced by Droski/Turner and The Social Concierge.

You’ll win 2 tickets to  Concourse G.A. ticket

  • complimentary welcome cocktail
  • eight thrilling horse races with trackside electronic betting
  • access to the new carnival-themed midway with live band and DJ
  • access to the trackside Stella Artois Beer Garden
  • access to grandstand viewing boxes
  • entry into the Style Stakes competition for the Best Dressed woman and man of The Deighton Cup — Lucky Number Seven.

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deighton cup

Known as “the most fashionable event of the summer,” a Derby dress code is highly encouraged: fancy hats and dresses for women, and seersucker suits and fedoras for guys. The best dressed woman (Belle Du Jour) and man (Gallant Sartorialist) in the Style Stakes will be chosen by a panel of fashion industry professionals and each win $500.

The Deighton Cup has six ticket levels to take you off to the races in style! All tickets and packages are available online at www.deightoncup.com.

Concourse & Grandstand Area ($35 – New this year!) ticket holders will enjoy access to the inaugural Concourse & Grandstand Area, eight adrenaline-pumping horse races and a complimentary welcome craft cocktail.

IN BRIEF
The Deighton Cup – Lucky Number Seven
Date: Saturday, July 25, 2014
Time: 12pm to 6 pm. Post Time (first race), 1:45 pm
Location: Hastings Racetrack (188 N. Renfrew St.)
Tickets: $35 GA Concourse ($47 with lunch addition), $75 VIP and $150 Cocktail Jockey from www.deightoncup.com
$5 from the sale of every ticket benefits Variety – The Children’s Charity

Deighton Cup

The Deighton Cup

The event that changed the way Vancouver plays, The Deighton Cup, is running Lucky Number Seven on Saturday, July 25, 2015 at Hastings Racecourse (188 N. Renfrew St.), from 12 pm to 6 pm.

Named after legendary Vancouver saloon owner John “Gassy Jack” Deighton, The Deighton Cup is warming up for its seventh anniversary of heart-stopping horse racing, fearless fashion and masterful mixology, co-produced by Droski/Turner and The Social Concierge.

In honour of Lucky Number Seven, The Deighton Cup will double in size. A specially constructed viewing platform and reserved grandstand seating will accommodate an additional 1,500 Concourse-level guests trackside. Meanwhile, $5 from every ticket as well as the proceeds of charity blackjack and roulette on the casino-themed midway will go to benefiting partner Variety – The Children’s Charity.

deighton cup

Known as “the most fashionable event of the summer,” a Derby dress code is highly encouraged: fancy hats and dresses for women, and seersucker suits and fedoras for guys. The best dressed woman (Belle Du Jour) and man (Gallant Sartorialist) in the Style Stakes will be chosen by a panel of fashion industry professionals and each win $500.

The Deighton Cup has six ticket levels to take you off to the races in style! All tickets and packages are available online at www.deightoncup.com.

  1. Concourse & Grandstand Area ($35 – New this year!) ticket holders will enjoy access to the inaugural Concourse & Grandstand Area, eight adrenaline-pumping horse races and a complimentary welcome craft cocktail.
  2. Concourse & Grandstand Area with Upgraded Lunch ($47 – New this year!) Add a freshly prepared, Southern-style sandwich-and-salad lunch by Cocktails and Canapés Catering to a Concourse and Grandstand Area ticket for an additional $12.
  3. Marquee VIP ($75) ticket includes full access to the Concourse level, welcome craft cocktail and picnic lunch, as well as elevated access to The Deighton Cup’s traditional VIP Areas: the Lounge of Leisure, Field of Dreams, Cigar Lounge and Champagne Stage. Marquee VIP guest are also eligible for The Style Stakes and Gallant Sartorial awards. Winners will have their names engraved on The Deighton Cup for posterity and win a weekend getaway, courtesy of our partners.
  4. The Cocktail Jockey Mixology Competition ($150) limited to 50 tickets, this includes full access to the Marquee VIP Area as well as admission to the Hastings Grandstand Skybox Patio for the 3rd Annual Cocktail Jockey Mixology Competition, presented by Bulleit Frontier Bourbon. Get shaken and stirred as the city’s top bartenders compete before an all-star judging panel to win bragging rights and $1,000 cash!
  5. Marquee Experience VIP Package ($2,500 for 8 guests) is the ultimate in race-day revelry. Receive full Marquee VIP access for your party as well as private seating on the trackside Champagne Stage, three bottles of premium Champagne and tableside lunch service.
  6. Grandstand Private Suite ($2,950 for up to 30 guests – New this year!) A branded, reserved trackside suite for up to 30 guests, private bar with dedicated server and 30 drink tickets, Southern-style sandwich-and-salad lunch and charcuterie and cheese spread refreshed throughout the afternoon.

IN BRIEF
The Deighton Cup – Lucky Number Seven
Date: Saturday, July 25, 2014
Time: 12pm to 6 pm. Post Time (first race), 1:45 pm
Location: Hastings Racetrack (188 N. Renfrew St.)
Tickets: $35 GA Concourse ($47 with lunch addition), $75 VIP and $150 Cocktail Jockey from www.deightoncup.com
$5 from the sale of every ticket benefits Variety – The Children’s Charity

Avocado Ice Cream

Avocados and Ice Cream

Once again I’ve been fooling around in the kitchen with Avocados from Mexico and as it’s been a bit hot, I thought I’d chill out with some ice cream.  This recipe is inspired by Alton Brown with a few tweeks. Serve topped with strawberries or blueberries for extra super power!

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Avocado Ice Cream

Ingredients

3 medium Avocados From Mexico
1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice
1 1/2 cups whole milk
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup cream

Avocados From Mexico

Peel and pit the avocados and add with the lime juice, milk, and sugar to a blender (I use Vitamix) and puree. Transfer the mixture to a mixing bowl, add the heavy cream and whisk to combine. Place the mixture into the refrigerator and chill for 5 hours.

Process the mixture in an ice cream maker, but only for 5 to 10 minutes, not the usual length. For soft ice cream, serve immediately. If desired, place in freezer for 3 to 4 hours for firmer texture.

*Please note that I am an Avocados From Mexico Ambassador and am compensated as such, but I’d eat this ice cream even if I weren’t!

Long Table Distilery Gin

Long Table Distillery Gin In The Garden – Van Dusen Gardens

Next up on August 15! 1-5pm, Long Table Distillery is partnering with VanDusen Botanical Garden to create drinks that combine fresh picked botanicals found in their vast collection of plantings – All to compliment the gin. The result is a cocktail experience of remarkable taste and botanical diversity, served in one of Vancouver’s most acclaimed garden settings.

Long Table Distillery Gin and Lavender

Cocktails will be served with canapes provided by Truffles Restaurant.
Note: A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the VanDusen Botanical Garden Association.

Purchase tickets in advance each week HERE!

(Includes garden entry, cocktail and a canape)

*COCKTAILS CAN BE PURCHASED ON-SITE

About Long Table’s ‘Gin in the Garden’

A traveling cocktail program that pops at parks, gardens, nurseries and even people’s homes.  Local garden herbs, fruits, flowers and horticultural & bartending talent, combine with award winning gins.

Molson Canadian Cider

Molson Canadian Cider Night at PICA

As you know we love to cook, so when Molson invited us down to sample their new cider and learn some new cider-based recipes at PICA, we happily showed up with our aprons on! This is an excellent example of how to promote a product. The cider is refreshing and we got to know more about it while having some fun and an excellent meal; newsworthy stuff!

PICA Spot Prawn

Spot Prawns

PICA Spot Prawns with Molson Cider

A reception with Molson’s new Canadian-sourced and made apple cider was followed by a spot prawn sacrifice by Chef Julian Bond and a delicious salad resulted.

Chef Michael Smith PICA

Molson Canadian Cider Reduction

Halibut Cheeks

Chef Julian Bond and Chef Darren Clay split our group in two and we made all sorts of mess while we learned the in’s and out’s of the PICA kitchen. Michael and I focused on the fritter batter and the cider reduction and assisted in assuring the halibut was cooked properly.

Chef Darren Clay PICA

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Kitchenaid Pasta Rolling

I rolled out some pasta. We’ve got the Kitchenaid pasta maker at home, so a little supervised practice on my techniques was welcome. More home pasta coming up soon.

The results!

Molson Canadian Cider Poached Spot Prawn Salad

Cider Poached BC Spot Prawn, Micro Kale and Apple Salad Citrus Caviar

Halibut Cheeks

Sautéed Halibut Cheeks Tagliatelle with Cider Reduction, Ancho Chilli and Sweet Pea

Rhubarb and Apple Fritter

Rhubarb and Apple Fritter Injected with Cider and Vanilla Custard with Lemon Creme

Molson Canadian cider

Recipes below for you home chefs!

Pan Seared Halibut Cheeks Yields: 2-3 servings 

Ingredients:
4 – 8                Halibut Cheeks (about 10oz)
Salt and White Pepper to taste
1 tbsp              Olive Oil

Method:

  • Pat the halibut cheeks dry, and then season with salt and pepper. Place the oil in a skillet set over medium-high heat. When very hot, add the cheeks and cook and sear one minute on each side, or until almost cooked through. Transfer cheeks to a plate.
  • Return the cheeks to the skillet and add the cider reduction and heat them in the sauce until cooked through, about two minutes.

Cider Reduction

Ingredients:

2 cups     Apple Cider or Pressed Apple Juice
2 cups     Chicken Stock
1                Cinnamon Stick
4                Whole Cloves
4                Black Peppercorns
2                Sliced Shallots

Method:

  • Combine the apple cider, beef stock, cinnamon stick, peppercorns, and shallot in a 2-quart saucepan, and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.
  • Reduce the heat so that the liquid just simmers, and cook until the mixture, including the seasoning, has reduced to 1 cup, 35 to 40 minutes. (Have a liquid measure nearby so that you can check the volume as necessary.)
  • Let the sauce cool for a few minutes; then strain it through a fine-mesh sieve into a bowl, discarding the shallot and spices. Set aside.

Tagliatelle Pasta Dough

Ingredients:

250g             All Purpose Flour
4                      Egg Yolks
1                      Egg
3 Pinches   Salt
50ml             Water
1tbsp           Olive Oil

Method:

In a food processor, pour in all of the dry ingredients and olive oil, and mix until it comes to a coarse cornmeal consistency.

  • Add water and mix until it comes together in a dough ball.

Rhubarb & Apple Fritter

Apple & Rhubarb Compote Ingredients: 

¼ cup                          Fresh Orange Juice
¼ cup                         Sugar
1 bunch                     Rhubarb (trimmed, washed, cut into 4cm lengths)
4                                  Apples (peeled, cored, halved, each half cut into large dice)
1 x 3cm-wide  strip   Orange Rind (pith removed)
1                                  Cinnamon Stick

Method:

  • Place the orange juice and sugar in a large saucepan over low heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 minutes or until sugar dissolves.
  • Add the rhubarb, apple, orange rind and cinnamon stick. Bring to a simmer and cook, covered, for 5 minutes. Uncover and cook for a further 5 minutes or until fruit is tender and liquid thickens slightly. Remove from heat and set aside for 15 minutes to cool before adding to Fritter dough.

Fritter Ingredients:

312g              All Purpose Flour
1 tsp               Salt
1 tsp               Baking Powder
½ tsp              Baking Soda
65g                 Sugar
1                      Lemon (zested)
1                      Egg
1                      Egg White
300g             Buttermilk
56g                 Butter (melted)

Method:

  • Sift together flour, salt, baking powder, baking soda, sugar, and lemon zest
  • Whisk together whole egg, egg white, and buttermilk, and temper in melted butter
  • Whisk the egg mixture into butter, do not overmix
  • Add the compote, let stand for 30 mins. Then deep fry in oil (365°F) 

Cider & Vanilla Custard

Ingredients:

1 cup               Whole Milk
½ cup              Sugar
½                       Vanilla Bean (split lengthwise, seeds scraped)
Pinch               Salt
4                         Large Egg Yolks
¼ cup               Cornstarch
1 cup               Apple Cider
2 tbsp              Unsalted Butter (cut into small pieces)

Method:

  • In a medium saucepan, combine milk, ¼ cup sugar, vanilla bean and seeds, and salt. Cook over medium heat until mixture comes to a simmer.
  • In a medium bowl, whisk together egg yolks, cornstarch, and remaining ¼ cup sugar. Whisking constantly, add the apple cider to the raw egg mixture. Then slowly pour about ½ cup of the hot milk mixture into the egg-yolk/cider mixture, ½ cup at a time, until it has been incorporated. Pour mixture back into saucepan, and cook over medium-high heat, whisking constantly, until it thickens and registers 160 degrees on an instant-read thermometer, about 2 minutes (or it coats the back of a spoon). Remove and discard vanilla bean.
  • Add the butter, and beat the custard with a wooden spoon until the butter melts and is incorporated.
  • Cover with plastic wrap, pressing it directly onto the surface of the pastry cream to prevent a skin from forming. Refrigerate until chilled, at least 2 hours or up to 2 days. Just before using, beat on low speed until smooth (or whisk by hand) 

Lemon Crème

Ingredients:

250g                Sugar
125g                Lemon Juice (fresh)
8g                    Lemon Zest
120g                Egg Yolks
100g                Unsalted Butter Chunks

Method:
 

  • Measure the sugar into a stainless steel bowl and then whisk in the lemon juice/zest, followed by the egg yolks.
  • Place over a bain-marie and cook until thickened, whisking occasionally. Once cooked, strain into a container and cool until the mixture reaches 32°C.
  • Add the butter and emulsify with an immersion blender.
  • Place plastic wrap on the surface and refrigerate.
Xfour Percy's Lemonade

Percy’s Old Fashioned Lemonade and Percy’s Punch Now Available

Vodka Coolers Sure to Quench Your Summer Thirst

Client news! Percy’s Old Fashioned Lemonade is made from a family recipe passed down by Great Grandfather Percy who made it regularly to quench the thirst of his friends while sitting in the hot English sun. Crafted with fresh squeezed all-natural lemon and honey, it’s then brought to a rolling boil and steeped to extract all the natural flavours of the lemonPercy’s Punch is crafted with the same great recipe with the addition fresh local grown mint, blueberries and a splash of ginger for added zing! The XFour™ handcrafted finest premium vodka adds a snap to the potions, but unfortunately disqualifies these cans from sale at your children’s neighbourhood lemonade stand.

All XFour™ brands are made with natural ingredients and contain no preservatives, glycerines or emulsifiers. Made with water from British Columbia’s pristine interior; this handcrafted drink is as pure and natural as its surroundings. Completely free of any additives or sweeteners, Percy’s Old Fashioned Lemonade and Punch are refreshingly clean and smooth; perfect sippers for a pool side party, backyard BBQ or watching the game.

Percy’s Old Fashioned Lemonade  #636068
Percy’s Punch #794107

Available only in your local private liquor stores and select restaurants.  Wholesale per four is $8.84 .  Suggested retail $11.95.

Percy’s Old Fashioned Lemonade and all XFour™ products were created and crafted by

Von Albrecht and Associates.

Please note that Von Albrecht and Associates is a client and compensates us for our time, but we’d drink these even if we weren’t!