October 01, 2021
Miami Halloween-Inspired Cocktails
If you are just clocking 21 (or well above 21) and you are looking for the best way to celebrate Halloween. There are many options available, and sometimes it does not have to involve you wearing creepy costumes. We have researched different spooktacular drinks you can find on Miami Beach and its environment. Meaning you can visit some locations to have some bite and, in addition, drink some Halloween inspired cocktails.
The Bloody Mojito was available in Havana in 1957. You wouldn’t have any choice to find yourself enjoying Halloween with the blood-red mojito. Bloody Mojito is made from bright red rum mixed with fresh mint, sugar, and lemon and is topped with a hint of fruity essence. If you don't like rum, choose Vampisol, made from cold beer, lime, and clamato juice.
Diablo Margarita in La Cerveceria de Barrio. This ominous margarita is a blend of spicy and sweet flavors. The creamy strawberry puree was melted under two chili horns and mixed with tequila-infused in jalepeño and triple sec, with taijin.
Also made at Sugar Brew, Lollipop Brew will give you a different kind of experience for Halloween. Nothing can make your Halloween happier than a smoking witch brew filled with candy. Reach out to your inner child with this dangerous goblet filled with citrus vodka, coconut, melon syrup, pineapple juice, sour concoction, gummy snakes, and brains.
Smashing pumpkin is made at Seaspice. If you like seasoned pumpkin latte, you will love Seaspice's Smashing Pumpkins. Ron Barcelo Añejo rum, pumpkin puree, five-spice powder, and a pinch of nutmeg are mixed in this autumn flavor blend).
The Storm is coming
The Nautilus Cabana Club serves insidious sips of Ron Barcelo's mysterious dark drink; The Storm Is Coming. This combination of Ron Barcelo Anejo, blackberry paste, lemon, simple syrup, aquafaba, and rosemary sprig is an ideal Halloween potion.
Azur 309 Margarita
Villa Azur welcomes the Halloween season with the Azur 309 Margarita, a variant of the summer classic. The themed cocktail comprises Don Julio Blanco, Cointreau with fresh jalapeños, lemon juice, agave nectar, and black lava salt.
No. 3 Social makes the Great Pumpkin. This drink uses a formula of pumpkin puree, star anise, nutmeg syrup, bourbon whiskey, and peach bitterness, which perfectly interprets the flavors of the season. The chilled cocktail offers the warmth of fall while it doesn’t have heat and is the perfect compromise for the warm nights in Miami.