Halloween Spirits: The Ten Spookiest Cocktails in Miami

Categories: Booze Hound

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Courtesy of RA Sushi
I've got my eye on this cocktail.
While some people think Halloween is a kiddie holiday, we disagree. We think it heats up long after the children are tucked safely in bed, faces washed of excess chocolate.

Because it is then that the spirits come out to play. And by "spirits" we mean the ones that come in a bottle.

We've scared up an assortment of the most frightfully fiendish cocktails guaranteed to please every ghoul and guy. Make them at home with these recipes, or enjoy them at Miami's best bars and restaurants.

See also: Trader Joe's: The Ten Best Pumpkin Products

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Courtesy of the Genuine Hospitality Group
10. The Gremlin

2 oz Spring 44 Honey Vodka
1 oz Velvet Falernum
1/4 oz Molasses Syrup
4 banana slices
1 tsp pink peppercorn

Muddle banana and peppercorn. Add ice. Add remaining ingredients. Shake a double strain over crushed ice in rocks glass.

The Gremlin is available at the Raleigh Hotel ($14).

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Courtesy Toro Toro
9. The Headless Horseman

1 1/2 oz Sailor Jerry rum
1/2 oz Art in the Age snap ginger liqueur
3/4 oz lime juice
1/2 oz agave
1/2 oz pumpkin purée

Mix ingredients in shaker and pour into coupe glass. Garnish rim of glass with cinnamon sugar.

The Headless Horseman is available at Toro Toro ($8).

Location Info

Venue

Map

Raleigh Hotel

1775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: General

Serendipity 3

1102 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

Toro Toro

100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

RA Sushi

5829 SW 73rd St., South Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

Tongue & Cheek

431 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

Riviera South Beach Hotel

2000 Liberty Avenue, Miami Beach, FL

Category: General

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