A few more haunts on the house

…and a wicked good time to all good ghouls and zombies.
Who would wrinkle their nose at this concoction.

1/2 oz. Vodka
1/2 oz. B & B Liquour
1/2 oz. Cream

Stir softly and turn into cordial glass.

http://www.drinkoftheweek.com/drink-recipes/bewitched/

For something truly ghoulish…where to find some black vodka for this unique sip….what to call it.

Swamp Thing

1/2 a blood orange
Sprig of mint leaves
2 lime slices
powdered sugar
2 oz. black vodka *Blavod is recommended   blavodoriginal.com

Slide the blood orange slices and mint leaves in a glass. Let muddle. No eye of newt? Then a squirt of lime will do. Plus a sprinkling of fairie dust ( or powdered sugar )  Ice the black vodka in a shaker. Pour. Stir. Slit the rim with a lime slice.

here’s the original recipe
For a toothsome grin…
1 1/2 ounces Ketel One Vodka
1/2 ounce Baileys with a Hint of Caramel
1/2 ounce Pumpkin Liqueur
Cinnamon Stick

Combine Ketel One and Baileys in an icy shaker.  Add the pumpkin liqueur, blend well. Since it is Rock-tober, drizzle on the rocks.  A cinnamon stick exclaims this enchanting sip.

Courtesy Ketel One Vodka

http://www.drinkoftheweek.com/drink-recipes/the-great-pumpkin-2/

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