Halloween Cocktail: Mr. Hyde Potion by Nate Klein - Musely
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Halloween Cocktail: Mr. Hyde Potion

posted in Food & Drink
09/08/2014
  • Ingredients

    8 ounces vodka
    4 ounces parfait amour liqueur
    1 ounce blackberry liqueur
    2 ounces tarragon simple syrup (recipe follows)
    1 ounce fresh lemon juice
    1 ounce lavender syrup, available at most liquor stores
    4 lavender sprigs
    8 blackberries
    dry ice (optional) Note: Use only if you're familiar with dry ice safety measures
    purple sanding sugar for rim (optional)

    Yield: 4 cocktails

  • Instructions

    1. Prepare the tarragon simple syrup by placing

    1 cup sugar and 1 cup water in a small saucepan.

    2. Heat over medium-low heat until it reaches a low boil. Add two sprigs of fresh tarragon and reduce heat to low. Heat for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove tarragon and allow syrup to cool.

  • 3. Place 2 blackberries on each lavender sprig and set aside.

    Tip: For best results, insert a toothpick through blackberry first to make a small hole for the lavender stem.

  • 4. Cut and juice lemon. Strain to remove pulp, if desired. Add spirits, syrups and juice to a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake until very cold (about 20 seconds).

    5.Pour drink into beakers, add a small piece of dry ice (optional) and a lavender-blackberry skewer. Note: Drink is safe to consume only after dry ice has completely dissolved.

  • Tip: Alternatively, moisten the rim of a cocktail glass and dip in purple sanding sugar. Add cocktail and small piece of dry ice. Lay lavender-blackberry skewer across the top of the glass and serve.

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