7 Montreal Bars That Serve Candy Cocktails To Guarantee The Ultimate Sugar Rush
- Since we believe sugar rushes are healthy, MTL Blog made a list of Montreal bars that serve candy drinks.
- Don't tell your dentist about this one.
- See pictures of some of the yummiest drinks in the city below!
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Remember the days when we'd spike our Slush Puppies with vodka and have blue tongues for the next 24 hours?
Well, if you want to relive those golden moments, I have some spots for you to check out. The list below is made up of places where you can get candy drinks in Montreal.
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If you're on a diet at the moment, this list is sure to change your mind. There's no point in shaming the fact that we all love a little sugar rush. Plus, once you add alcohol into the mix, it's basically every adult's dream.
When you're at the bars on this list, it's permitted to have blue teeth and a green tongue. It just means you're embracing the kid that still lives on in you.
If you've been dreaming of brighter days, you'll find them at the bottom of these colourful drinks. That must be what Skittles really meant when they told us to "taste the rainbow."
And, please note that MTL Blog is not responsible for any cavities you may get once having visited all seven spots in this article.
Without further ado, here's the list!
Address: 1148, ave. Mont-Royal E.
The name gives itself away, but just in case you weren't sure, this is THE spot to go in Montreal if you're feening some sugary goodness.
Chances are, you'll be on such a sugar rush after leaving here that you won't be able to sleep for two days. But, totally worth it.
Address: 1425, rue Stanley
Deville's fishbowl drinks are what sugar dreams are made of. They're perfect for sharing with 2-4 friends, or just downing by yourself (no judgement here).
Made with vodka, melon liqueur, banana liqueur, juices, and crushed candies, the lollipop drink is everything your dentist ever warned you about altogether. But we're adults now, so it's okay to break the rules — right?
Address: 3141, rue Masson
At Pot Masson, all their drinks are served in mason jars, which lets their clients have secured Instagram footage that all millennials will love.
I, too, am guilty of the mason jar obsession — nothing to be ashamed of. But here, they take one of their jars to the next level by adding a Mr. Freeze into it and mixing it with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and cotton candy.
It doesn't matter what time of the year it actually is, it's always summer chez Pot Masson.
Mile Public House
Address: 9190, blvd. Leduc #130, Brossard
Okay, this bar isn't actually in Montreal, but Brossard counts as the Greater Montreal Area, so I figured I was in the clear to add it to the list.
Located in Dix 30, Mile Public House is one of the best spots around to get candy cocktails. So, it's 100% worth the trip just a little out of the city.
In the summer, you can bask in the heat on the terrasse while sipping on your sugary drink. For now, you'll just have to enjoy it from the inside!
300, rue Ontario E.
2047, ave. Mont-Royal E.
2656, rue Masson
If you're into mason jars, I've got another spot for you to try! La Distillerie has various locations around Montreal and each of them has a great ambiance.
If you're looking for some sugary goodness during your visit here, try the Fun Dip cocktail. Although it doesn't have any actual candy in it, it tastes exactly like the Fun Dip candy sticks that all of us '90s kids loved back in the day.
You'll be going home with a way different colour tongue that you came with.
Address: 1019, ave. Mont-Royal E.
This spot makes almost every cocktail you can dream of, including a Sour Key cocktail. If we're still stuck on the idea of reliving our childhoods at these places, L'Entrepôt has us covered.
It's hard to imagine any Montreal child growing up without going to buy massive sour keys at the Couche Tard every Friday.
So when you arrive, you know what to order!
La Belle et La Boeuf
Address: 1620, rue Sainte-Catherine O.
The Cotton Candy cocktail does, in fact, have real cotton candy inside, all stirred up with vodka. It may sound like a strange mix at first, but don't judge it until you try it.
If ever cotton candy isn't your thing, the rest of their cocktail menu has tons of fruity options that are so sweet you'll think they were candy anyway.
Wishing you all a lifetime of colourful cocktails!