Halloween is just around the corner and is quite the occasion for haunted house parties, thus the need for fun drinks and preparedness for recovery the day after.
Bloody Gerry has you covered! We've created the ultimate Spooky Haunted Black and Bloody Mary! Complete with dripping Tapatio Bloody Rim, Bloody Salt and a creepy spider.
Here's how to make it and wow everyone at the party or help them recover the day after!
TOOLS & INGREDIENTS
Pour 1 capsule of activated Charcoal into a shaker with 4 oz of Bloody Gerry and 1 and a half shots of vodka, shake and set aside
Make the deviled eggs using this recipe: Betty Crocker
Slice olives in half lengthwise first, then 3 times down the body to make the spiders legs. Chop the top off another olive and put face up on the deviled egg as seen in the photos.
Make the Spicy Tapatio Blood, in a bowl combine 3 parts Tapatio, 1 part red food coloring gel and mix. A little goes a long way.
Rim your glass with lime & salt
Drizzle your bloody spicy Tapatio on the rim
Fill glass 3/4 with ice
Add celery stick
Add a few cubes of ice to the shaker and shake for a few seconds
Pour Spooky Haunted Black & Bloody Gerry Bloody Mary Mix into glass
Add Lemon & Lime slices and drizzle more bloody spicy tapatio across those too. The more blood the better!
Using toothpicks cross hatched between the body of the spider deviled egg rest it on top of the lemon and lime slices and use additional tooth picks for support from the celery stalk under the poison spider deviled eggs.
Sip and ahhhhh!
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