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This exceptionally bold and savoury vodka captures the essence of its unspoiled region of Western Poland, recalling the dense hardwood forests dominating the terroir.
What did Jason order at the bar? A te-killya sunrise 😭

With Halloween a week away, let's celebrate the spooky occasion with a Spooky Sunrise, recipe 👇

200ml orange juice
100 ml tequila
60 ml grenadine
Food colouring to decorate
Smokehead is a rich, sweet whiskey that has a wild spirit appealing to those who appreciate the heavy, earthy peat taste. With notes of sea salt & spice, this is a vigorous whiskey that stands out from the crowd and the perfect whiskey for Halloween.
Want to get creative this Halloween? Why not draw some inspiration from your beverage of choice! Excellent job by makeup artist @Ellie35x bringing Beavertown Gamma Ray to life! 💀

Video and artist @ellie35x
With Halloween fast approaching, will you be practising your cocktail skills and turn your usual tipple into something more spooky? Try the Vampire’s Negroni Cocktail 👇

25ml Agnes Arber Premium Gin
25ml Cynar Liqueur
25ml Campari
Black Magic is a blend of light and dark rums with a secret recipe of spices. This is a superb cocktail rum our favourite is the lift-off: mix three parts to one part amaro in a rocks glass, add a squeeze of honey and top with Prosecco.
How do you distill gin you ask? Well, the traditional way is to add botanicals to base alcohol, usually, something akin to Vodka, in a process called steep and boil distillation. Botanicals such as juniper are added into a large pot still, such as this one from Manchester Gin, and left to stew and then boil. This extracts oils from the botanicals, infusing them into the spirit.

Photo 📸 from @Manchester_Gin
Extra pale base malts are used to keep this brilliantly easy IPA crisp and a great platform to dance on. Perfect for a Saturday 🍺
What is a zombie’s favourite cocktail? A Corpse-mopolitan 😬

50ml @CrystalHeadVodka 
15ml Triple Sec 
25ml Cranberry Juice
15ml Lime Juice
Black food colouring
Ice Ball

Fantastic recipe and picture from @bellabucchiotti - make sure to check out her blog for a step by step guide for this recipe!


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