Hosting a gathering for Bonfire Night? Here are some super tasty cocktail recipes that will make for the perfect evening.
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What bonfire night is complete without a warming tipple or two? We've put together our favourite firework-inspired cocktail recipes for you to enjoy.
Reminiscent of toffee apples, this totally sweet cocktail is scrumptious
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- 4 litres of cloudy apple juice
- 4 litres of ginger beer
- 4 cinnamon sticks
- 25ml CUT spiced rum
1.Heat up the ginger beer, apple juice and cinnamon sticks in an urn for one hour but do not boil.
2. When the mix is ready, pour out 250ml into a handled glass and pour in 25ml CUT spiced rum.
3. Garnish with star anise and a dried apple wedge.
Diablesse Hot Hot Chocolate
This cocktail recipe will be sure to warm you up. Who doesn't love an extra naughty hot chocolate?
- 35ml Diablesse Clementine Spiced Rum
- A mug of your favourite hot chocolate
- 10ml Acho Reyes Liqueuer (or chilli vodka)
- A pinch of sea salt
1. Add the Diablesse rum, chilli liqueuer and salt to a heat proof glass.
2. Top with your favourite hot chocolate.
3. Garnish with whipped cream, toasted marshmallow and a sprinkling of chilli flakes.
Mare Pumpkin Flip
If you're still in the Halloween spirit, try making this delicious pumpkin gin cocktail – it really is scrummy!
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- 60ml Gin Mare
- 1 whole egg
- 30ml buttermilk
- 20ml pumpkin beer syrup
- Dehydrated long pumpkin
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 1 star anise
To make the pumpkin beer syrup...
1. Find a seasonal pumpkin beer – one with spices added is best.
2. Pour beer into a saucepan and stir vigorously to remove CO2. Add equal parts sugar.
3. Heat/stir until dissolved, then let cool.
1. Add ingredients into a shaker tin without ice. Dry shake hard for 10 seconds. Then add ice and shake hard for approximately 20 seconds.
2. Double strain into a chilled glass and dust with nutmeg. Garnish with a cinnamon stik and star anise.
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