Celebrate Summer with Molson Canadian 67 Tangerine Twist (w/Recipe}

After a winter of epic proportions, including power outages lasting up to two weeks plus record snowfall and temperatures – it is FINALLY summer.  Not only is it summer, it is the first long weekend of the season! (4 days off for those lucky enough to not have to work Monday)  I can think of no better way to celebrate the beginning of summer than with the citrusy, refreshing taste of the new Molson Canadian 67 #TangerineTwist!

Tangerine Twist

Have you had a chance to try it yet?  If not, you need to quickly head to the store.  Because, like summer, Tangerine Twist is here to enjoy, for a limited time only. With only 67 calories and a twist of natural tangerine taste, this premium light beer is crisp, fresh and goes perfectly with summer!

Tangerine Twist

Having friends over? Looking for a fresh and simple cocktail to have before dinner?  How about trying my easy and yummy cocktail recipe  – I call it a Gin & Twist.

All you do is half fill a cocktail glass with ice, add in 1/2 ounce of tangerine juice  (you can easily substitute orange juice if you can’t find the tangerine), add 1 ounce of gin and top up the glass with Molson 67 Tangerine Twist.  Garnish with sliced tangerine and a sprig of mint. Settle into comfy deck chairs and enjoy this unique, thirst-quenching cocktail…your guest will be so impressed! (Printable recipe is below)

Tangerine Twist

The weather is finally behaving and with a twist of natural tangerine taste, this premium light beer is crisp, fresh and the tangerine flavor goes perfectly with everything summer! Summer weekends, family, friends, sitting on the deck or dock, sunsets, beaches, boating, and barbecues.  There is no better time to appreciate  Molson Canadian 67 Tangerine Twist – hurry, because, like summer, it is only here for a short time!


Gin & Twist
Author: Monica
Recipe type: Beverage
  • Molson 67 Tangerine Twist
  • ½ ounce of freshly squeezed tangerine juice
  • 1 ounce of gin
  • Ice cubes
  • Tangerine slices
  • Fresh mint
  1. Half fill a cocktail glass with ice
  2. Add in ½ ounce of tangerine juice and 1 ounce of gin
  3. Top up the glass with Molson 67 Tangerine Twist.
  4. Garnish with tangerine slices and fresh mint


  1. Karla Sceviour says:

    ohh my,that sounds and looks so yummy!

  2. Patricia says:

    Anything that has “Summer” in it works for me. Love the recipe and will be trying it this weekend…. if not before!!lol

  3. Stacey - Seattle Mom Blog says:

    Only 67 calories? This is my kind of beer! Your recipe sounds very refreshing!
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  4. Jennifer (momvstheboys) says:

    looks good, I’ve been wanting to try this!
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  5. Kerrie @ Family Food and Travel says:

    This looks delicious. My hubby would love it. I never thought of combining beer and gin – cool idea for a unique cocktail!
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  6. Tammi @ My Organized Chaos says:

    I had a *few* of these over the weekend! lol. Great recipe, I’m going to have to try it!
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  7. MomStart says:

    Only 67 calories?! Please tell me they will export this to the US! LOL!
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  8. I am not a beer drinker at all, but these sound great. I may pick up a case next time I’m at the liquor store.
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  9. Jaymi Fillier says:

    This looks so yummy and summery, and what could be better for bikini season than only 67 calories?


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