A deliciously dark recipe that adult trick or treaters will die for.
Creepy decorations? Check. Candy? Check. Cocktails? Not a clue. Sticking with beer and wine is boring, and no one wants to play bartender. Our solution? A punch that looks spooky and tastes sinfully good. For a recent catalog shoot, stylist Peter Frank concocted this recipe that’s mysterious and magical tasting—and reminds him of blood. Inspired by the classic El Diablo cocktail, it combines blackberry nectar and ginger beer with tequila and and creme de cassis. Read on to learn the details, if you dare.
18 ounces silver tequila
12 ounces frozen limeade concentrate
8 ounces creme de cassis
6 ounces water
6 ounces blackberry nectar
18 ounces ginger beer
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