Scaretini, a Halloween-inspired martini

I like martinis and I love Halloween. So when I was thinking about creating the perfect Halloween-inspired martini, the Chic Files suggested that it be called, The Scaretini”. The Scaretini is a lemon martini garnished with candy corn, a sweet and sour sugar rim, and plastic (or real) 8-legged friends. This cocktail will either cure or exacerbate your arachnophobia!

I’m giving a shoutout to Raise.com and their popular gift card pages. If you’re shopping for treats this Halloween season and want to buy gift cards then check em’ out. If you have any gift cards you do not want, you can sell them to get cash to buy ingredients for your Halloween treats!

Scaretini, A halloween-inspired martini

Scaretini, A halloween-inspired martini has 2 to 1 vodka to lemonade, candy corns, and sweet n sour sugar rim (and lots of spiders)

 

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Scaretini, a Halloween-inspired martini
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Recipe type: martini
Cuisine: Cocktails
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Serves: 2
 
The Scaretini is a halloween-inspired martini. It’s fun, tasty, and will get your spirit ready for Halloween!
Ingredients
  • 3 Shots of Vodka
  • 2 Shots of Lemonade
  • Ice
  • Candy Corns
  • Sweet and Sour Sugar w halloween colors
  • Plastic Spiders
Instructions
  1. In a shaker mix ice with 3 parts vodka to 2 shots of lemondade. Add 3-4 candy corns in a martini glass and create asweet and sour sugar rim. Pour vodka mixture into cold martini glasses and decorate with plastic spiders.

 

 

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