July 6, 2022

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Gin-et: Gin with the image of Jeanette Renault

Gin-et: Gin with the image of Jeanette Renault

“I never thought I would have a bottle of gin on my face, you’re thinking about doing the same splurge!” She recently released Janet Reno to her son Pascaline. This madness is a bottle of gin called gin-et, because it contains the effigy of his famous mother.

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It all started with a simple pan: gin-et. Pascaline Renault, the son of restaurant and founder Pascaline Renault, also said that it’s the right name to launch Quebec Gin, which has the image of a great local singer.

“Of course, my mother with me say, first, some discomfort is: ‘My face, Jin!”, He laughs explained. However, it is okay to be said. All children basically do what we mothers must be held securely. Then, the mothers and the safe, then we are okay and we had fun. ”

Jeanette Renault, 75, needs to explain to her that today’s jinns are more refined, more colorful, and more sophisticated than her memories from the “Big Gin” era, as they do not drink much alcohol.

Given his blessing, the first Renault Spirits product – because the company he co-operates with Martin Ladousser wants to develop other products in the future – was developed in collaboration with Distillery Less Subversives. When discussing her personal tastes with Guinness, the singer mentioned chamomile, lemongrass and grapefruit.

“I’m a mental patient who thinks the same way about business and I have a mother who is cool and says yes,” he said. Having plans keeps her alive and keeps her energetic. She occupies herself as much as possible mentally and physically. It’s fun! ”

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About a hundred bottles autographed by Janet Renault accidentally slipped into lots shipped to SAQ (provided for pre-sale). “Everyone is lucky to see one of these unique bottles!”

  • Gin-et is exclusively available on the SAQ website.
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Genet Health

Ginette Reno, who was hospitalized for six days with heart problems last October – when she was in Florida in 2014 – wrote on her Facebook page on her Facebook page that she was “new”.

“She is OK, she is resting and she is going on vacation,” her son explained. She is resting and taking leave for herself. I think she needs it, it’s best for her, she takes care of herself.

Have his mother’s health problems recently worried the family? “I know our mom, I know she’s very strong and she still has a lot of business, so she’s never letting us go,” he replied. She still has gas and the little hamster is still running at a speed of a hundred miles per hour.

“There are people who are going to retire and play golf; My mother, it will never be. Projects and work that keep her alive in terms of writing as in music and movies. There are so many planets that Ginette is developing and that’s amazing and what makes her such an accomplished woman after sixty years in business. ”