Although costumes make every Halloween pregame feel extra, a custom cocktail will make your party particularly E-P-I-C—and you don’t have to dress up as a mixologist to make the magic happen. So long as you don’t get spooked by unfamiliar ingredients, you’ve got this—particularly since any mixing mistakes can be rebranded as “witches brew.”
3. Old Widow
Combine 1.5 oz. Bloody Butcher Bourbon topped with about 2 dashes of Dram Palo Santo Bitters. Serve over a round ice cube frozen with a toy spider in the mold, and garnish with cotton candy “web” and additional spiders.
6. Vampire Hex
Combine 2.5 oz. Powderhorn rye vodka, .5 oz Dry Dolin vermouth, and .75 oz olive brine with a dash ofAdditional Cocktail Garlic Spice. Garnish with stuffed olive “eyeballs.”
Created by Lee Noble, mixologist at Art in the Age.
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