“Concord grape juice is rich in flavonoids, including resveratrol, which can help decrease blood pressure,” says Well+Good’s resident cocktail expert, The Outside Institute founder Laura Silverman, who crafted this recipe. “And the licorice kick of fennel pollen is good for digestion.” (Considering all the Halloween candy hanging around, that’s definitely a good thing.)
The flavor, meanwhile, is a combination of familiar (Concord grape juice that’s reminiscent of Welch’s) and unexpected (a rich hit of balsamic vinegar) that blends well with the cool, herbaceous flavor of gin. Now how’s that for a trick and a treat?
Keep reading to get the recipe for this healthier Halloween cocktail.
Dark and dreamy Halloween cocktail
Makes 1 cocktail
1. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with plenty of ice.
2. Shake until will chilled, then transfer to a rocks glass and serve.
Now that your Halloween cocktail situation is figured out, here’s what to dress up as. Or, take this quiz to see what you should be based on your athleisure style.
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