Looking for some scary-good drinks? We found ooky spooky cocktail options at the Sazerac Bar at The Roosevelt.
The spookiest time of year is upon us and The Sazerac Bar at The Roosevelt New Orleans, a Waldorf Astoria Hotel has some classic cocktails that are scary good and will give you the liquid courage you need to confront any ghost or goblin that may come your way.
Scary Good Cocktails at The Sazerac Bar
Invented by Donn Beach in 1934. Be careful with this one as it might not re-animate you the way you thought. This drink includes Bacardi Cuatro, Plantation OFTD, Falernum, Cinnamon Syrup, Grapefruit, Pernod, Lime, Grenadine, and Angostura Bitters.
The Corpse Reviver
From the 1930 Savoy Cocktail book. “To be taken whenever steam and energy are needed.” This cocktail consists of Bombay Gin, Cointreau, Cocchi Americano, Lemon, and Absinthe.
Blood & Sand
Named for the 1922 Rudolph Valentino movie, you’ll be ready to take on a bull after a couple of these. This drink is made with Dewar’s Scotch, Cherry Heering Liquor, Carpano Antica Vermouth, and Orange.
We invite all mere mortals to sip on these spooky cocktails at the Sazerac Bar, who know… maybe you’ll summon the spirits of its famous guests.
Is The Roosevelt Hotel haunted?
It is not yet clear if the Roosevelt Hotel is really haunted. However, many diners and guests have reported having paranormal experiences.
We like to think that if the Sazerac Bar or any of the rooms are haunted, they might be haunted with the spirit of some of the famous people that enjoyed the Big Easy within its walls.
The list of famous guests of the hotel includes Sonny and Cher, Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrch, Audrey Hepburn, and Grace Kelly. Will you drink next to a celebrity spirit? One thing is clear, The Roosevelt has seen it all!
Featured image by the The Roosevelt Hotel Sazerac Bar.