Our 13 best hot drinks for cold days

Now that winter’s in full swing, there’s nothing better than a hot drink for warmth after outdoor activities, for comfort on grey days or to relax at the end of the evening. Here are some merchant-recommended speciality drinks you’ll want to savour again and again at Tremblant.


Get off on the right foot and come to the village to enjoy your favourite morning drink. There’s something to suit every taste.

Hot Apple Grog at Fluide Juice Bar
Warm apple juice with ginger, cinnamon, lemon and honey. Slightly spicy.

Signature Hot-Chocolate Tea at DAVIDsTEA
A delicious hot-chocolate-flavoured tea with frothed milk, garnished with crushed candy.

Peppermint Mocha at Starbucks
A delicious coffee and hot chocolate blend flavoured with peppermint.

Baileys Cappuccino at Café Johannsen
Baileys and coffee always make a great combo!

Hot Chocolate with Homemade Whipped Cream at Bistro Au Grain de café
Your choice of milk, dark or white chocolate with homemade whipped cream and topped with marshmallows.


Whether you’re between work shifts or ski runs, there are tons of places to warm up and enjoy a great beverage in the village.

Hot Chocolate with Frothed Milk at Oh la vache!
Rich hot chocolate with fresh frothed milk, garnished with powdered chocolate. It’s a classic!

Hotshot at the Pizzatéria
Espresso, Galliano liqueur and whipped cream. The almond flavour of the Galliano deliciously complements the coffee.

Hot Chocolate and Marshmallows at BeaverTails & Moozoo Creamery
The secret ingredients: lots of love and marshmallows!

Hot Chocolate and Whipped Cream at Microbrasserie La Diable
The mountain of whipped cream turns your hot chocolate into a taste and texture sensation.


Why not start your evening out with a delicious alcoholic hot drink? Give the specialities at these establishments a try.

Special Coffees at Casey’s Resto-bar
Here’s a Spanish coffee made with espresso, brandy and Kahlua, topped with whipped cream.

The “Rémy d’hiver” at P’tit Caribou
This slightly spicy cocktail is sure to warm you up! It’s a mix of apple juice, VSOP and cinnamon.

Hot Toddy at Resto-Bar Le Shack
Made with brown rum or whisky, this is a great après-ski drink.

Mulled Wine at La Forge Bistro-Bar & Grill
Mulled wine as an aperitif? Why not?


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