Lundi Gras for Halloween.

 

      Originally being a celebration of the end of harvest season, the bonfires made during All Hallows’ Evening were also an excuse to prevent the dead from coming back and causing chaos to agricultural production. Nowadays, Halloween is an excuse for small children to fill themselves with candy, teens to be rebellious and college students to dress up as everything unacceptable! If you are 18+, here are a few monstrous cocktails to keep you fueled up this Friday!

Bleeding Heart.

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What you’ll need:

  1. white Martini or dry Vermouth
  2. premium Gin
  3. raspberry or strawberry syrup

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. Chill cocktail glasses in the freezer for about 10 minutes. This step is important and will prevent the syrup and the alcohol to mix further on.

. Add about 1/3 of the glass of white Martini.

. Add a sip of Gin.

. Pour in the syrup of choice quite quickly so that it doesn’t mix with the rest of the alcohol. This way you will see a a degradation of the red of the syrup.

 


 

Ghostly Eye.

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What you’ll need:

  1. Brandy
  2. milk
  3. sugar

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. In a glass of milk, add half a cup of Brandy.

. To make sweeter, add in a bit of sugar and stir.

. We added in candy in shapes of eyes to make it creepy.

 


 

Trick-or-Treat Vodka.

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What you’ll need:

  1. Gummy candy and we suggest to specifically choose Gummy Bears to reach the exact taste wanted.
  2. Vodka of choice.

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. Add the gummy bears into the Vodka and let them soak for a few hours.

. Serve fresh.

 


Red Sangria.

What you’ll need:

  1. 1 cup of Brandy
  2. 1 orange in thin slices
  3. 1 red apple in thin slices
  4. 2 bottles of chill dry red wine
  5. 1 cup club soda
  6. 1 cup of orange juice

 

. Let the slices of apple and orange soak in the Brandy in a large bowl.

. After 15 minutes, add soda, wine, orange juice. Serve with ice.

 

adé.

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