Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos With This Decadent Drink of the Dead

The killer cocktail recipe from Crown in Kingston pairs spicy chile liqueur with rich chocolate bitters.


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Drink of the Dead

Carmen, a cocktail created by Pia Bazzani, cocktail creator at Crown in Kingston, takes inspiration from both Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos, the Mexican holiday celebrating the lives of deceased family members that also falls on October 31. By incorporating mezcal for a spirit and chocolate bitters for a treat, Carmen “resembles a rich, smoky, slightly spiced chocolate candy bar,” according to Bazzani.

 

Carmen

Serves 10

15 oz Del Amigo Mezcal 
10 oz Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur 
10 oz La Quintineye Sweet Vermouth
Five 5-oz bottles Scrappys chocolate bitters

Add all ingredients into a large glass carafe, starting with the bitters. Chill overnight. When serving add 3.5 oz over ice and garnish with an orange twist. 


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