Purple Gin and Tonics #healthydrink #easyrecipe #cocktail #smoothie

These Purple Gin and Tonics are the ideal creepy Halloween mixed drink! It's ideal for gatherings thus simple to make. In addition, they're hued with characteristic fixings as well!

We're about simple Halloween mixed drinks and these purple Gin and Tonics are one of the most effortless G&Ts to make since they just comprise of three simple fixings: tonic water, gin and lime. To give it a little creepiness we included a mystery fixing that turns them purple!

Purple Gin and Tonics would be an incredible mark Halloween mixed drink to serve at a gathering. Contingent upon the size of your mixed drink shaker (I recommend having an enormous one close by), you can pre-shake and make the gin, lime and acai blend and strain it into a container to serve later.

For the ghoulish smoking look, we utilized a piece of dry ice. On the off chance that I serve dry ice in a beverage, I for the most part will serve it with a straw so you can make sure your visitors won't drink the ice. The slick thing is, when the dry ice is set in the beverage, it promptly winds up hotter, making the smoking impact. Be cautious and use ice producer's headings when utilizing dry ice. Never contact it with barehands and consistently use gloves and tongs.
Purple Gin and Tonics #healthydrink #easyrecipe #cocktail #smoothie
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  • 2 1/2 ounce good quality gin
  • 1 large lime, juice only
  • 1 teaspoon organic acai powder
  • 1 bottle tonic water


  1. In a cocktail shaker add in the gin, juice from 1 lime and acai powder.
  2. Shake for 30 seconds with ice so the acai can turnt he mixture purple. 
  3. Fill two small glasses with ice and strain the gin and lime mixture over the top.
  4. Top off with tonic water and garnish with a purple flower. If using dry ice, add a piece to the cocktail before serving.

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