Witches Brew Cocktail Creation with Sh!tshow Wine

Halloween is creeping closer, and if you're planning a spooky soirée, we've got a wickedly delicious cocktail recipe that's sure to enchant your guests. Introducing the "Witches' Brew Cocktail" featuring the bold and chaotic flavors of Sh!tshow Red Wine. This eerie elixir is a perfect addition to your Halloween-themed festivities, complete with muddled blackberries and a dash of magic. 


  • 1 bottle of Sh!tshow Red Wine
  • 1 cup Blackberry Liqueur
  • 1/2 cup Triple Sec
  • 1/2 cup Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
  • 1/2 cup Simple Syrup (adjust to taste)
  • Fresh blackberries for garnish
  • Crushed Ice
  • Dry ice (optional, for a spooky effect)


1. Mix the Potion: In a large cocktail shaker or pitcher, combine the entire bottle of Sh!tshow Red Wine, blackberry liqueur, Triple Sec, freshly squeezed lemon juice, and simple syrup. Stir or shake well to ensure all the ingredients are thoroughly mixed and chilled.

2. Prepare Your Glasses: Select 4-6 clear glasses for your Witches' Brew Cocktails. Ensure they are clean and ready to showcase the spooky spectacle.

3. Muddle the Magic: In each glass, muddle a few blackberries (1-2 blackberries per glass) to release their dark, enchanting flavor.

4. Add Ice: Fill each glass with crushed ice, leaving some space at the top for the magical mixture.

5. Pour the Brew: Divide the mixture equally among the prepared glasses. As you pour, watch the dark wine blend with the muddled blackberries to create a mesmerizing swirl in each glass.

6. Garnish with Mystery: Drop a few additional blackberries into each cocktail for added depth. If desired, add a small piece of dry ice to each glass for an eerie fog effect (remember to handle dry ice with care and follow safety guidelines).

7. Serve and Enjoy Responsibly: Remind your guests to enjoy their Witches' Brew Cocktails responsibly.

With this recipe, you can create a batch of Witches' Brew Cocktails that serves a group of 4-6 using one bottle of Sh!tshow Red Wine. May your Halloween gathering be filled with delightfully spooky sip

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