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The Ritz Carlton stirs up ghostly cocktails

October 27th 12:10pm, 2010

102710_ritzThe kids will be running around collecting candy on Sunday. And since all good neighbors will be handing out candy on the very night, adult revelers can have their own Halloween fun on Friday and Saturday night. One place that has spirited eves in store: The Ritz-Carlton in Clayton.

At the bar, you’ll find a lineup of spooky martinis featuring new-to-the-market Frozen Ghost Vodka that’s only made its way to 10 U.S. states so far. Imported from western Canada, Frozen Ghost is noted for its smooth, crisp character, as it’s distilled six times for purity.

This premium vodka, poured from a bottle that will give you the heebie-jeebies, will find its way into the likes of a Bloodytini tinted red from açai and topped with Champagne; the Spider Web of vodka and Midori that’s crawling with dark streaks of chocolate syrup; or the ghoulish Green Goblin that gets a green tinge from Midori and is packed with extra fruity punch from peach schnapps and sweet and sour. Indulge in the seasonal Yummy Pumpkin Pie or get diet-savvy, my little pretty, with the Skinny Witch, where glowing sake liqueur Ty Ku meets vodka and limoncello.

The Ritz’s boozy boo brews, plus live music both nights, are certain to leave you howling at the moon.

By Ligaya Figueras

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One Response to “The Ritz Carlton stirs up ghostly cocktails”

  1. DeeDee Says:
    October 27th, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    I recently saw a glowing bottle of alcohol in a club and my friend brought over a drink mixed with it and it was to die for! I’m pretty sure it was ty ku because it says on their website that it’s the worlds only illuminating bottle?! Either way, great cocktails. Can’t wait to try more!!

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