The day has come. The witches get spooky with the third ever Spookysode!
What horrors are discussed this episode? Well, you gotta be brave enough to listen to find out.
Things we talked about this episode:
Shadow and Sage:
milk tea with holiday spices (maybe a dash of cinnamon liquor for that bite) in a special mug
Emily S (Macy’s Winner)
2 oz Empress gin
1 oz Fresh lemon juice
.75 oz Simple syrup
1 Egg white
1 oz Club soda
1/2 oz St Germain
Add the first four ingredients to a shaker and shake without ice for about 10 seconds. If you have a clear shaker so much the better!
Add 3 or 4 ice cubes and shake the hell outta it!
Strain into a fizz glass (champagne glass should work too), top with club soda and a float of St Germain
Amelia R (Charlye’s Winner)
2 ounces coconut rum
1 lime juice
5 fresh sage leaves
1 teaspoon maple syrup
Dash of orange bitters (optional)
Garnish with (optional):
-dried sage leaves
Muddle the blackberries and fresh sage together in a cocktail shaker (or large glass if you don't have one) until broken down and fragrant.
Pour in the rum, lime juice, bitters (optional), and maple syrup. Give it a good shake (or stir if using glass) while focusing all your positive energy into the mix. I like to picture it like a white light radiating from my hands, but you can do whatever feels right.
Once you feel like it's nice and mixed together and charged with positive energies, pour it over either a small chunk of dry ice, or regular ice.
Add your garnish of blackberries and dried sage
Vodka soda with frozen fruit
2 oz tequila
.5 oz lime juice
Lime for garnish
Ohio State Reformatory
Danvers State Hospital
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Emily C, Spence and Desirae, the_witchy_type, Andrea D, Jerica W, Charlotte A, Ladye of Dragons, Mari G, Kelsea D, Marie the Witch, and Dara Z
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