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Bloody Cocktail


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Ingredients

For the organic cranberry syrup

80 ml (1/3 cup)  Patience Fruit & Co Pure Cranberry Juice

80 ml (1/3 cup) white sugar or organic raw sugar

 

For the bloody cocktail

45 ml (1.5 oz)  gin (preferably local)

45 ml (1.5 oz) organic cranberry syrup

25 ml (3/4 oz) freshly squeezed orange juice

Ice cubes

Cherries marinated in bourbon

Preparation time 15 minutes Portions 1 cocktail

Doesn’t this Halloween cocktail look bloody good?  It’s a delicious drink to sip while you wait for those trick-or-treating goblins and witches. With a gin base (preferably local gin), it blends the classic flavours of cranberry and orange.

If there’s one day on the calendar when imagination has free rein, that would be Halloween. Our Halloween decoration here is inspired by the Dexter series, with syringes serving as swizzle sticks (careful!).  

To make an alcohol-free version (for kids and adults), replace the gin with the same quantity of sparkling water. If you’re making a round for the kids, be sure there are no needles on the syringes and fill them with cranberry syrup.

Ingredients

For the organic cranberry syrup

80 ml (1/3 cup)  Patience Fruit & Co Pure Cranberry Juice

80 ml (1/3 cup) white sugar or organic raw sugar

 

For the bloody cocktail

45 ml (1.5 oz)  gin (preferably local)

45 ml (1.5 oz) organic cranberry syrup

25 ml (3/4 oz) freshly squeezed orange juice

Ice cubes

Cherries marinated in bourbon

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Steps

  1. For the organic cranberry syrup
    Bring cranberry juice and sugar to a gentle boil in a small pan. Once the sugar is completely dissolved, turn off the heat and let the syrup cool. At this stage, the syrup can be refrigerated for 2 weeks.

  2. For the bloody cocktail
    Fill glass with ice cubes and add gin, orange juice and cranberry syrup.

  3. Serve with a brochette of cherries marinated in bourbon. Just for fun at Halloween, use a syringe instead of the classic metal stick (but be careful – you don’t want any pricked fingers).

Recommendations

You can find 3-ml syringes in the medical material aisle at any large drugstore.

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