Celebrate Halloween with a Spooky Cocktail Recipe

Photo by Anthony Mair

Photo by Anthony Mair

Remember the bubbling witches’ cauldron at the haunted house? Never let go of that childhood thrill, especially now that you can sip the Bubble Wrap cocktail at Geisha House ($15, 9719 W. Flamingo Rd., 369-9637, GeishaRestaurants.com). Served over dry ice in a 42-ounce goblet, general manager Christian Oldan’s mix of Ty-Ku coconut nigori sake, Cruzan vanilla rum, unsweetened coconut milk, lime juice, pineapple juice and ginger beer bubbles over so much it must be served on a plate. And the bubbles are smoke-filled! Spooky …

Bubble Wrap
As served at Geisha House, 9719 W. Flamingo Rd., $15

In a cocktail glass, combine 1½ ounces TyKu coconut nigori sake, 1½ ounces Cruzan vanilla rum, ¼ ounce fresh lime juice, ¾ ounce of unsweetened coconut milk, 1 ounce pineapple juice. Add ice and roll back and forth with another mixing glass. Add 2 ounces Fever Tree ginger beer and stir. Dump contents into a 42-ounce goblet glass containing 1½ ounces of dry ice. Serve on a plate, garnished with caramelized ginger and an edible orchid flower and allow contents to bubble over.