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Downtown Orlando's Cocktails and Screams offers spooky to-go cocktail kits twice a week

Posted By on Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 10:53 AM

click image PHOTO COURTESY COCKTAILS AND SCREAMS/FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Cocktails and Screams/Facebook
For those who enjoy libations on the darkly ornate side, haunted downtown watering hole Cocktails & Screams is offering their specialty spooky cocktails in to-go batches and kits for those who wish to engage in a little mixologist-as-mad scientist action.

On Wednesdays and Saturdays the bar will be opening the doors of their Pine Street crypt for business, offering a handful of their signature beverages to-go style, like the Drunkin' Pumpkin, Witches Brew and Frog's Breath. Each kits comes with a bottle of the cocktail, and a box of horrifyingly themed extras and enhancements. Kits run around $40 and are good for about five drinks.



Ordering ahead is the way to go to reserve your order. Call or text 407-955-0266 or visit their Facebook for info.

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