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Halloween Party Drink [Ghoul-a-tini]

Ghoul-a-tini Halloween Party Drinks from Pottery Barn


I won't be making the ghoul-a-tini to fill the glasses, but the cute monster eyeballs on top of the martini glasses make for a fun Halloween party drink, no matter what is inside.  They used cocktail onions and peppercorns for their eyeballs, but you could easily replace it with lychee fruit and a raisin for a drink that is more kid friendly.

You can check out the ghoul-a-tini recipe over on Pottery Barns website.
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