Halloween Cocktails Miami 2021 | Miami New Times | MCU Times

Halloween Cocktails Miami 2021 | Miami New Times

The eerie season is officially upon us. And what Miami lacks in autumn leaves and cool weather, we definitely make up for creepy spooky cocktails.

This year, South Florida bartenders have conjured up some killer sacrifices that are strong enough to revive even the deadliest Halloween spirit. From ghoulish black tippels to vampire-approved potions, trick or treat yourself to one (or all) of the Halloween-inspired drinks on this list.

click to enlarge Get your cider fix at The Doral Yard in October.  - PHOTOGRAPHY OF DORAL YARD AND @TREATYOSELFEVERYWERE

Get your cider fix at The Doral Yard in October.

Photo courtesy of Doral Yard and @Treatyoselfeverywhere

Doral Yard

8455 NW 53rd St, Miami

Doral Yard’s not-so-scary pointed cider, Apple Jack O ‘Lantern, combines Jack Daniel’s apple whiskey, fireball and apple cider served with a cinnamon stick and dried apples ($ 10). Each sip transports you to a wonderland of autumn filled with pumpkin spots and haystacks. Snag the refreshing sip throughout the month of October.

click to enlarge Vampire fans can get into character with Grails with one "Blood transfusion" cocktail bag.  - PHOTOGRAPHY OF GRAILS

Vampire fans can get into character with Grails with a cocktail bag “Blood Transfusion”.

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Grails Miami

2800 N. Miami Ave., Miami

Bloodthirsty pies were to flock to the Grails this Halloween for a “blood transfusion” ($ 12). Served in a cocktail bag, this sumptuous “blood” bag combines vodka, beet juice, watermelon juice, lime and pumpkin seed -orgat syrup. The cocktail is available Thursday 28 October to Sunday 31 October.

Candy corn is overrated, take yourself a "Corn Porn" instead.  - PHOTOGRAPH OF HOJA TAQUERIA

Candy corn is overrated, take yourself a “Corn Porn” instead.

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Taqueria Leaf

3120 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

As they say, candy is dandy, but spirits are faster. Then trash that corn, and pick a “Corn Porn” ($ 15) at Hoja. The newly opened Miami Beach taqueria makes corn sexy with this blend of mezcal, corn liqueur, pumpkin-blueberry jam and chamomile honey. (The “Corn Porn” cocktail is only available at the Miami Beach location.)

click to enlarge Drink your pumpkins at Le Jardinier "Jack of the Lantern Tribe".  - PHOTOGRAPH OF LE JARDINIER

Drink your pumpkins at Le Jardinier with “Jack of the Lantern Tribe”.

Photo courtesy of Le Jardinier

The gardener

151 NE 41st St., Miami

Beverage director JC Santana has summoned the pumpkin gods with the creation of “Jack of the Lantern Tribe” ($ 18). The gourd-inspired sipper is a combination of cognac, rancio sec, pumpkin, malt, eggs and a sprinkle of crispy fennel chips. The cocktail is a new addition to the restaurant’s autumn menu, but on October 31, the glasses will be transformed into jack-o’-lanterns for a spooky, fun evening. The cocktail will also be available at the sister restaurant L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, located directly above Le Jardinier.

click to enlarge Dark spirits are brewing this Halloween on Mayami.  - PHOTOGRAPH OF MAYAMI

Dark spirits are brewing this Halloween on Mayami.

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Mayami mexicantina

127 NW 23rd St., Miami

Take a trip to the Mexican underworld at Wynwood’s Mayami with “Black Warrior” margarita ($ 25). The raven-hued potion is a ghoulish blend of tequila, charcoal agave syrup, triple sec and lime, adorned with a spicy edge of taijin and a dehydrated lime.

click to enlarge Get the witch on Mama Tried with one "Black magical woman".  - PHOTO REPORT OF THE MAMA TESTED

Get Witched at Mama Tried with a “Black Magic Woman”.

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Mama tried

207 NE First St., Miami

Cozy for Mama Tried’s seductive “Black Magic Woman” ($ 12), a lively tequila composition made from Herradura reposado, lime, agave, plum liqueur and ginger beer, finished with a black salt and tajin edge. Available Friday, October 29th through Sunday, October 31st.

click to enlarge Do you feel dead inside?  Try one "Holy death" to boost your mood.  - PHOTOGRAPH OF MELINDA'S

Do you feel dead inside? Try a “Santa Muerte” to boost your mood.

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1306 N. Miami Ave, Miami

At Melinda’s you can choose from a trio of macabre elixirs. Mezcal fans should try “Santa Muerte”, made with mezcal, confused blackberries, organic agave, fresh lemon juice and activated charcoal for an enchanting mouthful (but beware: there may be a spider on top). If you prefer to experiment with witchcraft, there is “Hex Your Ex”, a bourbon-rich drink of Chambord, pomegranate juice, hibiscus-infused allspice syrup, maple syrup, citrus and a garnish of dried flowers. Wild pirates might prefer “La Sirena”, a mermaid-inspired tipple message gin, Suze aperitif, yellow chartreuse, rosemary syrup and blue Curaçao, served with a salt rim, seaweed chips and a black cherry on top. Drinks will be available throughout October and cost $ 14 each.

click to enlarge If Dracula had a signature cocktail it would be it.  PHOTO RELIGION OF RED BAR

If Dracula had a signature cocktail it would be it.

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Red bar

52 SW Tenth St., Miami

Everyone knows that vampires only drink blood. But if they drank cocktails, “Drac’s Potion” ($ 13) at the Red Bar could well be their favorite drink. The hemoglobin-inspired blend combines vodka, lemon juice, pineapple juice, smoked chili bitters and grenadine. Floating in the libation you will find a set of vampire hackers. Available through October 31st.

click to enlarge Snag a "Creepy scary skeleton" at Sweet Caroline.  PHOTOGRAPH OF SWEET CAROLINE

Snag an “eerily scary skeleton” at Sweet Caroline.

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Sweet Caroline

1111 SW First Ave., Miami

Before singing karaoke on Sweet Caroline, grab some liquid courage from “Spooky Scary Skeleton”, a blend of tequila, lime juice, guava puree and cranberry juice, garnished with a tajin edge. Available through October 31st.


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