Halloween is the one of the oldest holidays still celebrated today. Straddling the line between fall and winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic festival of “Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. For them the night of October 31 marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the dark, cold winter, a time of year that was often associated with human death.

We also want to celebrate the “Night of the Living Dead” and that’s why we have created a special cocktails collection (available at Atelier until 31 October). You can find the recipes below, enjoy and make them at home, It’s easy!




In Galicia (region of Spain), it’s a land with very intense esoteric legends about “Meigas”, It’s mean “witches”.  “Meiga de las Nieves”, she lived on the top of a hight montain and every 31 October used to collect roses and violets to prepare her rejuvenating potion.


  • 4 ripe plum
  • 2 strawberries
  • 90 ml Rosé wine
  • 15 ml Rose syrup
  • 15 ml Ginger
  • 20 ml  Violet liquor
  • 2-3 dash of Orange bitter
  • Top of Cava


  • Put some strawberries and some plums in a shaker and mash lightly with a mortar.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients: Rosé wine, rose syrup, ginger and violet liquor.
  • Add cubed ice and beat hardly.
  • Put everything into a glass (ice cubed included).
  • Top with crushed ice and a touch of cava.
  • Decoration: Plums, strawberries and rose petals.

Pairing with a homemade pumpkin chips with sea salt.

Cocktail-A meiga das nieves




Stingy Jack was a miserable, old drunk who took pleasure in playing tricks on just about everyone. One day, Jack invited the Devil to have a drink with him. True to his name, Stingy Jack didn’t want to pay for his drink, so he convinced the Devil to turn himself into a sixpence that Jack could use to buy their drinks in exchange for Jack’s soul.


  • 45 ml Homemade mango
  • 100 ml Cava
  • 15 ml Balsamic vinegar
  • 2-3 Marraschino cherries


  • Cool the glass previously.
  • Make the cocktail inside of a tin to prevent foam protruding.
  • Add the homemade mango pulp.
  • Add cava and mix.
  • Make a sugar glas crusta and put all the ingredients into the shaker.
  • Touch of balsamic vinegar flavored with Marraschino cherries.
  • Decoration: Marraschino cherries skewer .

Pairing with a homemade pumpkin chips with sea salt.





Twist on the Caipirinha. This cocktail is dedicated to the most terrifying evil doll.


  • 4 fresh lime wedges.
  • 2 bar spoon of Ginger brown sugar
  • 45 ml Cachaça Sagatiba Pura
  • 45 ml Pumpkin compote


  • Put the fresh lime wedges and ginger brown into a rock glass and crush all ingredients slightly.
  • Add the pumpkin compote, Cachaça and half Añadir la compota de calabaza, la Cachaça and fill half glass with crushed ice.
  • Mix everything with a spoon or a swizzle.
  • Filling with crushed ice.
  • Decoration: Cinnamon stick  flambéed.

Pairing with paprika corn nuts.





The legend tells that the vampires live indefinitely, actually these undead creatures walks among the living. They feed on the life essence of their victims. This cocktail is an “Alternative” for vampires blood drinkers.


  • 25 ml Wild Turkey bourbon
  • 25 ml Cinzano 1757
  • 25 ml Cherry brandy
  • 25 ml Red orange juice.
  • 2-3 dash of Orange bitter.


  • Put all ingredients into a shaker and beat hardly.
  • Double filter all ingredients, put everything into a Martini glass (cooled previously) and serve.
  • Decoration: ión: Black licorice.

Pairing with a homemade pumpkin chips with sea salt.

True Blood cocktail