Without a doubt, there is no celebrity that goes harder on Halloween than Heidi Klum.
Year after year, the supermodel makes jaws drop with her epic all-out costumes at her star-studded annual Halloween party. In the past, she has transformed into characters like Fiona from “Shrek,” an old lady, a gory alien, Jessica Rabbit, a werwolf, a worm and more.
And while she has been keeping this year’s theme under wraps, we know Klum won’t just be serving up a killer look. The undisputed Queen of Halloween has collaborated with PATRÓN Tequila— the official sponsor of her legendary NYC bash— to create the celebration’s official cocktail: HEIDI’S BLACK MAGIC-RITA.
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“As soon as I am done with my Halloween party, I start thinking about ways to make the next one even better,” says Klum “This year, I have teamed up with PATRÓN EL ALTO to create a delicious and fun cocktail for the party.”
She continued, “We crafted the HEIDI’S BLACK MAGIC-RITA, blending PATRÓN EL ALTO with blackberry and lime for a premium, spooky twist on the classic margarita. I can’t wait for people to try this at the party, but it is also simple to make at home, complete with black lava salt rim, so I hope you’ll be sipping my BLACK MAGIC-RITA with PATRÓN EL ALTO all month long.”
Want to try mixing up Klum’s creepy concoction? Check out the official recipe below.
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In a small saucepan, mix one cup of sugar, one cup of water with five large blackberries. Simmer and let the sugar melt. Once the blackberries are soft, muddle them with the back of a spoon. Strain through a fine mesh strainer and let cool.
In a shaker combine PATRÓN EL ALTO, blackberry syrup, lime juice, and ice and shake. Strain and pour over ice in a rocks glass with a black salt rim. Top with two drops of fire water tincture and a sugar spider web garnish.
Sugar Spider Web Garnish:
Combine 1 ¼ cups of sugar, ¼ cup of light corn syrup, and ¼ cup of water with muddled blackberries in a small saucepan. Start on low heat and periodically whisk to increase temperature. Using a candy thermometer, bring the mixture to 300 degrees. Place the saucepan in an ice bath and bring it down to 275 degrees. Using a fork, spin your cobweb design by drizzling the mixture over parchment in your desired shape.
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