Friday, October 10, 2014

The Best Halloween Cocktail Recipe: The Vampire's Eclipse

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As All Hallows Eve closes in, we are celebrating with a ghoulish delight. The Vampire's Eclipse is a magnificent cocktail with 3 magical layers this shot is sure to impress!!


The Vampire Eclipse is a special treat created just for you by the count himself deep in the castle's lair.  The count worked feverishly to capture the essence and magic of the suns eclipse.  A dark river of grenadine rests on the bottom of the glass, while repelling the suns burst of orange energy, trapping a cherry between day and night.  The light rum entombs this moment forever.

Kick off your heels and pour one tonight!

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The Vampire's Eclipse
makes 1 shooter

1/2 ounce grenadine
1/2 ounce orange juice
1 ounce light rum (Bacardi)
1 maraschino cherry

Gently pour grenadine in shot glass first.  Then slowly pour in the orange juice (pour down the side of the glass to avoid mixing your layers).  Slowly lower the cherry through the orange juice to rest on the grenadine.  Lastly, add rum pouring it down the side of your glass.

Serve and enjoy! 


Recipe developed by Chad A Elick - The Slow Roasted Italian 
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1 comment:

  1. These look wonderful!! And so creative as well. Know what I will be enjoying

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