"Everything Went Black | Crafted Pour"

"This is cocktail #1 in my Halloween/ Black Dahlia Murder concept series. The Back Dahlia Murder is one of my Favourite Death Metal bands and there's no lack of inspiration for some cool Halloween themed names from them! This one is named after the opening track on one of their best albums The name automatically made me think of a Black Manhattan, so I started there. Replacing the Rye for some Peaty Whiskey and splitting the Averna with some coffee liqueur, creates a rich, dark and complex cocktail 🎵 Crawling the walls, through every crack and crevice teems blackness washing over the windowpanes, painting the buildings in between. Creeping down the alley ways consuming every street, soundless swarm of nothingness sure to doom us all 🎵 Smokey coffee to start, with some caramel to sweeten it up. Some salty, minerality throughout. Slightly bacon-y. Very long finish, with some bitterness to cut off the sweet caramel. Reminds me of a breakfast I've made while camping. Sitting around a fire, making bacon and eggs and sipping coffee ", "undefined", "Everything Went Black ",

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Everything Went Black By , May 8, 2009 This is cocktail #1 in my Halloween/ Black Dahlia Murder concept series. The Back Dahlia Murder is one of my Favourite Death Metal bands and there's no lack of inspiration for some cool Halloween themed names from them! This one is named after the opening track on one of their best albums 

The name automatically made me think of a Black Manhattan, so I started there. Replacing the Rye for some Peaty Whiskey and splitting the Averna with some coffee liqueur, creates a rich, dark and complex cocktail

🎵  Crawling the walls, through every crack and crevice teems blackness washing over the windowpanes, painting the buildings in between. Creeping down the alley ways consuming every street, soundless swarm of nothingness sure to doom us all 🎵


Smokey coffee to start, with some caramel to sweeten it up. Some salty, minerality throughout. Slightly bacon-y. Very long finish, with some bitterness to cut off the sweet caramel. Reminds me of a breakfast I've made while camping. Sitting around a fire, making bacon and eggs and sipping coffee 
This is cocktail #1 in my Halloween/ Black Dahlia Murder concept series. The Back Dahlia Murder is one of my Favourite Death Metal bands and there's no lack of inspiration for some cool Halloween themed names from them! This one is named after the opening track on one of their best albums The name automatically made me think of a Black Manhattan, so I started there. Replacing the Rye for some Peaty Whiskey and splitting the Averna with some coffee liqueur, creates a rich, dark and complex cocktail 🎵 Crawling the walls, through every crack and crevice teems blackness washing over the windowpanes, painting the buildings in between. Creeping down the alley ways consuming every street, soundless swarm of nothingness sure to doom us all 🎵 Smokey coffee to start, with some caramel to sweeten it up. Some salty, minerality throughout. Slightly bacon-y. Very long finish, with some bitterness to cut off the sweet caramel. Reminds me of a breakfast I've made while camping. Sitting around a fire, making bacon and eggs and sipping coffee Ingredients: - Ardbeg 10 Single Malt Whiskey - Bittermen's Coffee Liqueur Instructions: Stir everything with ice and strain into a chilled Nick & Nora glass. Garnish with the brandied cherry Signatures,Spirit Forward,Themed,Boozy,Smoke,Stirred,Halloween