Spooky beverages just the tonic for Halloween revellers
Three of Liverpool’s favourite ‘haunts’ are celebrating this Halloween with a selection of cocktails and mocktails designed to treat the city’s chill-seeking partygoers.
The Brink is offering a selection of spooky mocktails this Halloween.
Liverpool’s only and the UK’s first dry-bar, located on Parr Street, has devised a devilish drinks offering with a difference comprising fresh and healthy ingredients.
Frightening flavours include Nojito (freshly squeezed limes and mint sprigs topped with lemonade), Passion Punch (passionfruit, pineapple, lemon and orange) and Brink Panther (fresh strawberries, cranberry juice, super fruit tea and apple & elderflower cordial).
General Manager of The Brink Carl Bell said:
“With Halloween fast approaching, we are set to provide a lot more treats than tricks! With that in mind, we have created a selection of concoctions that combine fiendish flavours with creepy colours and best of all our mocktails are suitable for every one of all ages including little monsters.”
For more information about The Brink visit www.thebrinkliverpool.com
Trattoria 51 has unveiled a number of aptly-named drink selections as part of its Halloween celebrations.
The cocktails include the frightening fizz-based Bloody Bellini (prosecco and strawberry puree), the Menacing Midori Sour and the Poisoned Aperol Spritz.
For diners who dare, the restaurant will also be serving up its delicious Italian menu with seasonal specials adapted with the autumnal months in mind.
General Manager of Trattoria 51 Toni Karemanaj said:
“Here at Trattoria 51, we like to mark novel occasions such as Halloween with innovative food and drink options guaranteed to delight our guests. Our selection of creepy cocktails are certainly a novel way to celebrate the occasion, and we’re looking forward to keeping our drinkers and diners safe from the ghosts and ghouls that may be roaming the streets of Liverpool.”
Cocktails are priced at £6.95 each.
For more information about Trattoria 51 visit www.trattoria51.com
Castle St Townhouse
Liverpool’s new all-day dining and drinking destination Castle St Townhouse is set to celebrate Halloween with a frighteningly good cocktail.
The aptly named cocktail ‘Nightmare on Castle Street’ will comprise a blend of Malibu, Havana 3 and Blue Curaçao topped with pineapple juice.
Owner and Director of Castle St Townhouse Jason McNeill said:
“With Halloween just around the corner, we are looking forward to celebrating the novel occasion with our spooky signature cocktail offering.
“For those looking for all of the flavour with none of the fright, we are also serving up a range of unique cocktails such as Hit the Road (Havana 3, Disaronno Amaretto, ginger syrup, fresh lemon juice & egg white), A Long Day (Green Mark Vodka, fresh lime juice, sugar syrup, apple bitters & basil) and Free as a Bird (Hendrick’s Gin, St Germain, fresh lemon juice, sugar syrup, elderflower cordial & muddled cucumber).”
For more information visit www.castlestreettownhouse.co.uk