October 31, 2006

More Scary Halloween Cocktails

Bloody-Brain_web.jpgWe're having a grand old time finding Halloween cocktail recipes for you to add a little spice to you Halloween festivities, and we've found a whole new batch of greats including the Bloody Brain (pictured), the Zombie and the Undercurrent. We've included the recipe for the Bloody Brain, a drink that we love the look of but sounds a bit sweet for us, and you can head on over to TheState.com's Eat, Drink, and Be Scary for a bunch more recipes, as well as some...interesting Halloween drink garnish ideas.

Bloody brain

Ingredients:
3/4 ounce peach schnapps
Float of Bailey's Irish Cream
1 dash grenadine
Glassware: highball glass

Directions:
Pour peach schnapps into a highball glass. Add Irish Cream to the center. Top with grenadine and serve.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 31, 2006 8:29 AM
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