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Halloween Drinks – Our Favorites

Summer was beautiful and fun, but fall means pretty colors (we’re sort of partial to gold and red, crimson and amber), and more importantly Halloween parties. Below are a few of our favorite J. Henry and Sons Bourbon cocktail recipes.

Nosferatu’s Tears
Simple and elegant, this cocktail hearkens back to the classic films of Bella Lugosi and a more innocent sort of terror.

Instructions
Start with bourbon; mix in the schnapps and cranberry juice. Shake and enjoy (or tremble)!

 

Apple-clypse Punch
Perfect for those late night congregations of evil, the Apple-clypse Punch is a favorite among ghosts, goblins and ghouls alike.

  • 2 cup(s) Pineapple Juice
  • 1 bottle(s) Apple Cider(750 ml)
  • 1 bottle(s) Cranberry Juice(64 oz.)
  • 1 bottle(s) Ginger Ale(1 Liter)
  • 1 bottle(s)  Henry & Sons Bourbon(750 ml)
  • Apple(Red)

Instructions
Mix it all into your cauldron with ice and stir. Add in some apple slices and dry ice for effect.

 

Bloody-tini
On Halloween, there is no such thing as cliché. Though not a proper martini, you’ll feel like you need another before the sun comes up.

  • 2 oz.VeeV Acai Spirit
  • 1 oz.Acai Juice
  • ½ oz. J. Henry & Sons Bourbon
  • 1/2 oz.Lime Juice
  • Champagne

Instructions
Combine VeeV, Acai juice and fresh lime with fresh ice in a cocktail shaker and shake. Strain into a chilled martini glass and top with champagne.

 

Jack-O-Tini
An elegant option for the Halloween party. This Pseudo-tini is powerful on flavor and, perhaps evil.

  • 1 part(s) Apple Pucker
  • 1 part(s) Cranberry Juice
  • 1 part(s) J. Henry & Sons Bourbon

Instructions
Shake until well chilled. Serve in a martini glass, garnish with a spiced crab apple slice.

 

Patton Road Massacre
The new classic from J. Henry & Sons Bourbon, the Patton Road Massacre is our Halloween spirited cocktail using our cask strength and exclusive Patton Road Reserve spirit.

  • 3 part(s) J. Henry & Sons Patton Road Reserve Bourbon
  • 3 part(s) Orange Juice
  • 1/2 part(s) Orange SyrupBlood Orange

Instructions
Place all ingredients in a hurricane glass over ice and mix well. Drizzle blood orange syrup over top and garnish with lime or orange zest. Remember to stick with a buddy.

  

King of Halloween
For the chef who wants to make some serious inroads into bartending and party hosting, this cocktail requires some significant preparation – that is, a pumpkin reduction. If you can handle this, then nothing can stop you now…

Instruction
Pour bourbon, pumpkin reduction, and bitters into a mixing glass and fill with ice. Stir generously. Strain into an old-fashioned glass with one large ice cube.

 

Just remember, guys and ghouls, these treats can play tricks and are for Trick or Treaters 21-years of age or older!

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