A Montreal Bar Made Donut Versions Of Its Cocktails & The Flavours Are Wildly Accurate
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A Montreal bar has come up with a creative and delicious solution to extended Quebec red-zone closuresBar Le Mal Nécessaire is now offering boozy donuts inspired by its own cocktail menu — and the flavours are incredibly accurate! 

Evan Cowie of Le Mal Nécessaire told us about the new alcohol-infused, cocktail-flavoured donuts. He calls them "Boozy Beignes."

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Cowie said he formed the idea for Boozy Beignes during the early days of quarantine — instead of banana bread or sourdough, he opted to learn how to make donuts.

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Le mal nécessaire donut is filled with bourbon and pineapple jelly, rolled in cinnamon and drizzled with Fernet Branca frosting.

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"When it came to frosting, my mind immediately went to alcohol — so yes, all the donuts contain alcohol [...] As you know, bars aren't allowed to sell alcohol to go... unless it's on a donut!" Cowie said.

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Jalapiñacho is an ancho chili donut glazed with pineapple, dipped in chocolate mezcal frosting and topped with candied jalapeño, while the Siesta contains a tequila and grapefruit glaze, is dipped in Campari frosting and is topped with candied grapefruit.

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All six Boozy Beignes are being sold at Fleurs & Cadeaux, which is next to the Chinatown bar.

Boozy Beigne by Bar Le Mal Nécessaire

Price: Box of six for $20, not sold individually

When: Wednesday to Friday, from 12 p.m. until they are sold out

Where: Fleurs & Cadeaux - 1002, rue Saint-Urbain

How to order: Through the CHK PLZ app or in-person

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