Halloween Tipples

Happy Saturday everybody!

I’m sure, by now, we’re all well and truly getting our spook on for next week. We’re all decided on masks and make-up, have bought or made our costumes and have stocked the cupboards for all the adorable trick or treaters. But, let’s not forget the most important spirits of all this Halloween- Vodka, Rum and Whiskey πŸ™‚

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Halloween Cocktails

Quench your thirst with a mix that packs aΒ Punch this Halloween.

I Spy With My Little Eye ;)
I Spy With My Little Eye πŸ˜‰

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Ingredients:

Rum

Vodka

Orange juice

Pineapple juice

(Cranberry juice, if desired)

Fruit pieces of choice. I like apple chunks, orange and lemon slices. Use anything, from pineapple to starfruit, whatever you like.

Ice cubes

Method:

1) Pour all the juice in a large clear bowl.

2) Add in your desired amount of alcohol. (Don’t be too heavy-handed with measures, because this goes down way too easy). 3 cups of tonic water can be used to substitute the spirits, if you’re going tee-total on this.Not such a bad idea πŸ˜‰

3) Stir well. Leave to set for 2-3 hours.

4) Add your fruit pieces and ice cubes.

This tasty tipple is sure to leave you feeling fruity πŸ˜‰

Feel festive with the mulled wine of Halloween, Spiced Apple Cider

Cinnamon and Orange-yum!
Cinnamon and Orange-yum!

Ingredients:

1.5l Apple juice

100 mls Spiced Rum (Cider can be used instead of apple juice and rum if preferred. Leave out rum or cider completely if you want a non-alcoholic version)

1/2 tsp Nutmeg

1/2 tsp Cinnamon

Cinnamon sticks, and orange and apple slices to decorate

Method:

1) Heat the apple juice and rum in a small pot, over a low heat.

2) Stir in spices and keep stirring until they are fully infused in the mixture.

3) Pour into a lovely glass mug and decorate with some cinnamon sticks and some apple or orange as preferred.

And, finally, if you want to drink something really scary, try a Zombie.

* Warning- Contains a whole lot of alcohol

Ingredients:

90 ml White rum

30 ml Dark rum

30 ml Pineapple juice

30 ml Orange juice

30 ml Lime juice

15 ml Apricot brandy

1 tsp Sugar

Method:

1) Blend all the ingredients together in a cocktail shaker.

2) Top off with a little bit of white rum (Bacardi).

3) Garnish with a slice of lime, a sprig of mint. Don’t forget to put a cherry on top πŸ™‚

Lastly, make sure all you lovelies remember to drink sensibly this Halloween. Have fun!

xx ❀ Sarah

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