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Charlevoix Newsletter 2018

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e famous Charlevoix Flavour Trail is highlighted in the locally-grown products that are featured in both the Manoir Richelieu and Germain hotel's menus. Pâté and foie gras from La Ferme Basque de Charlevoix, apple cider from Cidrerie et Vergers Pedneault on I'Isle-aux-Coudres, the world-famous Migneron de Charlevoix cheese and Charcuterie Charlevoisienne products are prominently featured. You can even take your group on a mission of discovery on the Flavour Trail route to see rst-hand how these products are made. You'll need at least three hours or even a full day to explore the producing artisan farms. routedesaveurs.com La Maison du Bootlegger Gastronomic Adventure Visiting La Maison du Bootlegger is another choice for an entertaining evening. Take in a dinner with a tour of the house—built in the 1860s—including the secret hideaways for liquor stashes during the Prohibition era, then dance the night away to Joey Tardif and the Bootlegger House Band. PHOTO: MAISON D'AFFINAGE MAURICE DUFOUR, CAROLINE PERRON

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