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The taste of the drink itself is anything but scary, thought—it's actually quite elegant and something that would work not only for Halloween, but for Valentine's Day or any Champagne-worthy occasion. For its intended holiday, it's perfect because the Chambord gives it a dark, almost black color.
Gather the ingredients.
Rim the glass with red sugar (use food coloring) or drop in a set of wax vampire teeth for a real surprise.
Pour vodka and half of the Chambord in a martini glass.
Top with Champagne.
Pour the remaining Chambord over the back of a spoon to make it float.
Serve and enjoy!
Recipe Courtesy: Finlandia Vodka