What’s the best thing to do when a frosty Canadian winter sets in and the chill in the air can no longer be ignored? Cocoon indoors in your softest fleecewear with some lit candles and your fave holiday movies—and a comforting drink, of course.

This holiday season, Ungava Spirits distillery wants to help you up your cozy game with the ultimate Canadian treat: Cabot Trail Maple Cream. Inspired by Canada’s rich maple tradition, this cream liqueur is made with pure premium Canadian maple syrup and a special blend of aged rum and grain spirit. The result is a smooth and delicious beverage with delightful notes of cocoa, cinnamon and amaretto and a flavourful chocolatey finish that decadently comes together with the maple syrup.

Enjoy Cabot Trail Maple Cream neat, on the rocks, in your coffee or in an irresistible cocktail on snowy days in front of the fireplace or during festive gatherings with loved ones. It also makes a perfect gift for the holidays!

For a bit of inspo, check out the following easy-to-make cocktail recipes, which include Cabot Trail Maple Cream and will make you forget how cold it is outside.


30 mL (1 oz.) Cabot Trail Maple Cream
Hot coffee
Chantilly cream
Chocolate pearls
Rolled wafers


  1. In a coffee cup or a toddy glass, pour in the Cabot Trail Maple Cream.
  2. Top up with hot coffee.
  3. Garnish with Chantilly cream, chocolate pearls and rolled wafers.


Cabot Trail - Canadian Coffee recipe


22 mL (3/4 oz.) Cabot Trail Maple Cream
15 mL (1/2 oz.) vodka
45 mL (1 ½ oz.) cooled espresso coffee
45 mL (1 ½ oz.) 2% milk
2,5 mL (1/2 tsp.) garam masala
Coffee beans


  1. In a shaker filled with ice, pour in all the ingredients except the coffee beans.
  2. Shake vigorously.
  3. Filter the content of the shaker into a coupe glass.
  4. Garnish with the coffee beans and a pinch of garam masala.


Cabot Trail - Boozy Brunch recipe


45 mL (1 ½ oz.) Cabot Trail Maple Cream
250 mL (1 cup) hot chai tea
7 mL (1/4 oz.) raw apple juice
A pinch of nutmeg


  1. In a coffee cup or a toddy glass, pour in the chai tea and the raw apple juice.
  2. Top up with Cabot Trail Maple Cream.
  3. Sprinkle with a pinch of nutmeg.


Cabot Trail - Maple Chai recipe

Cabot Trail Maple Cream is available at liquor stores across Canada.

To learn more about Cabot Trail Maple Cream, click here.