Jabby and Doreen chat about Africa and Haiti’s creature legends that have kept local adults and children up for many nights!
The Black Widow Smash
- 8 fresh blackberries, plus more for topping
- 1-2 teaspoons fresh rosemary, plus a sprig for serving
- Juice from half of a lemon
- 1-2 tablespoons honey
- 1 1/2 – 2 ounces tequila or Mezcal
- a couple dashes of orange bitters
- sparkling water, for topping
1. In a cocktail shaker or glass jar, add blackberries, rosemary, lemon juice and honey. Muddle all of the ingredients together, squishing everything to release the juices. Add the tequila and orange bitters.
2. Add ice to your glass and strain the drink over the ice. Top the glass with a little more ice, pour the sparkling water over, and gently stir to combine. Garnish with fresh rosemary. DRINK!
– Thank you, Half Baked Harvest!
The term “Loogaroo” AKA the soucouyant, possibly French for werewolf: Loup-garou; often confused with each other since they are pronounced the same. In Haiti, what would be considered a werewolf, is called jé-rouges (“red eyes”). As in Haiti, the Loogaroo is also common in Mauritian culture. In Suriname this creature is called “Asema.” – Wikipedia