Halloween Cocktails In Manchester
If you're on the hunt for Manchester's most spooky cocktail concoctions for this year's Halloween, then do we have a treat (or trick?) for you! We've tracked down the city's most fitting potents, compiled into one easy-to-read list. Have a look through to uncover some fangtastic (sorry) drinks to sink your teeth into.
Revolución De Cuba are always up for challenge to impress at Halloween. This year sees the bar attempt to experiment with their signature Apple Daiquiri, it even comes complete with spider and eyeball, scary stuff we think you'll agree!
The Liquor Store's thrilling Halloween offering is the incredible Dead Man Walking. A witches' brew of five different rums, exotic juices and more rum - all concealed with fire. After a taste of this potion you will no doubt be feeling extra scary!
Recently awarded Bar of the Year from the annual Manchester Food and Drink Awards, Gorilla is home to one of the best Bloody Marys in Manchester. Ask for it extra spicy if you dare!
If you're on the hunt for the perfect Halloween haunt then King Street's Liquorice Bar has a tempting treat. Pop in to sample the bar's highly sought Dark and Stormy cocktail classic. It's the most fitting way to get all dark and moody this Halloween in sophisticated surroundings.
It's the biggest of em' all. With five kinds of rum, a dash of brandy and a selection of juices, it can only be the original, Zombie. A spooky favourite in Northern Quarter's popular Tusk, only the most daring can indulge in more than one of these bad boys. Celebrate Halloween in style, even if the consequences are frightful the next morning.
Northern Quarter's Apotheca is already something of a spooky cavern, fitted with antique furnishings and an eerie cocktail menu. Celebrate this Halloween with the bar's very own Day Of The Dead shindig. Featuring the ultimate homage to everything Mexican with food, sauza cocktails and free shots for anybody willing to impress with their costumes. If you really want to murder a delicious witches cauldron style concoction, then try the bar's famous kettel one sharer (pictured), they're to die for.