Time for a drink
What’s better after a long week of work than dressing up as your favorite ridiculous character and getting absolutely obliterated?
Halloween is a great time of year, but if you’re reading this we assume you aren’t into the holiday for the candy anymore. But just because you won’t be getting a sugar high, doesn’t mean you can’t get a decent Halloween buzz going.
Check out our favorite Halloween cocktails below, mix up a bunch of them, and throw yourself one hell of a Halloween party.
2 oz Patrón XO Café Incendio
Pour absinthe into a coupe glass and swirl to coat. Discard the excess and add Patrón XO Café Incendio
1 oz. Patrón XO Cafe Incendio
1 oz. Patron Reposado
0.5 oz. Medium Bodied Red Wine (ex. Barbera d’ Alba)
0.5 oz. Honey Syrup (3 parts of honey mixed with 1 part of hot water; chilled)
0.5 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
Muddle cloves in a shaker until broken into small pieces. Add the rest of ingredients and ice. Shake and strain through a fine strainer into a chilled coupe glass. Drop 3 cloves into a cocktail.
Created by Brian Miller
1 ½ oz Jägermeister
1 dash Angostura bitters
½ oz Cana Brava rum
½ oz Don’s Spices #4
½ oz Don’s Spices #2
½ oz fresh lime juice
½ oz fresh orange juice
Shake with 3 ice cubes & strain into a highball glass over crushed ice & place in a double old fashioned glass with dry ice. Garnish with a long orange twist and add hot water to the dry ice.
Black and Orange
Created by Rob Krueger from Extra Fancy (NY)
1.5 oz. Cutty Sark Prohibition Edition
.5 oz. Amaro Meletti
.5 oz. Yellow Chartreuse
.5 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
1.5 oz. Fresh Pressed Carrot Juice
Fresh ground Black Pepper for garnish
Shake all together with ice and strain into a Collins glass filled with ice. Grind the black pepper on top to garnish.