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Harley Quinn’s Ace (Batman cocktail)
Ingredients:2 oz Chambord2 oz St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur1 oz VodkaChampagne1 Cherry
Directions: Chill martini glass. In a shaker add ice, Chambord, St. Germain and Vodka. Shake. Strain into martini glass. Top with Champagne and a add a cherry. 
"A-Ok, Mr. J!"
Drink created by and served at 42 Lounge for $10.

Harley Quinn’s Ace (Batman cocktail)

Ingredients:
2 oz Chambord
2 oz St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur

1 oz Vodka
Champagne
1 Cherry

Directions: Chill martini glass. In a shaker add ice, Chambord, St. Germain and Vodka. Shake. Strain into martini glass. Top with Champagne and a add a cherry. 

"A-Ok, Mr. J!"

Drink created by and served at 42 Lounge for $10.

Harley Quinn Jello Shot (Batman shot)

Ingredients:
Chambord
Vodka
Strawberry Jello Mix
Grape Jello Mix
Whipped Cream
Marshmallow
Hot Water

Directions: Same as making any jello shot. 

Part 1: Mix 1 Cup Vodka 1 Cup Hot Water and 1 Box of Strawberry Jello. Fill as many shots as possible only half way till you run out of jello mixture.

Part 2: Once Part 1 hardens, mix 1 cup Chambord 1 Cup Hot Water and 1 box of Grape Jello. Pour this mix GENTLY on top of the existing Jello shot.

Part 3: Wait for this layer to harden. Boom Harley Quinn Jello shot.

If you are cool with eating it with a spoon. Then garnish with whip cream and marshmallow on top. (to give you the look and feel of her neck piece.

Drink created by Aggressive Comix, as part of their Secret of the Booze video series. Photography by Holly Jo Photo.

Batman: Arkham Party (Batman: Arkham City shot set)
Ingredients:MidoriVodkaCrushed iceBlue CuracaoSambucaCranberry juiceRum popping candyFresh Mint sugar syrupBlackcurrant coulis (you can buy this in bottles or jars if you don’t want to make your own)Champagne
Directions: "This shot set sees some of Gotham’s most dastardly villains taking on the Dark Knight. For The Riddler, pour 20ml of Midori down the inside of glass, then add 5ml of vodka over a spoon. For a Mr Freeze, crush some ice and pour it into your shot glass, followed by 10ml of Blue Curacao and 10ml of Sambuca. Your Joker is made from 15ml Blue Curacao, cranberry juice and rum with a topping of popping candy ("You’ll need to stir it up with a straw to get the colour," says James). Then we have a Poison Ivy, grown from 15ml of rum, a fresh mint leaf (or a dash crème de menth if you prefer) and sugar syrup. Finally, create your Batman/Bruce Wayne shooter with 5ml of blackcurrant coulis and champagne. Now let the flavour battle commence!"
The caped crusader better have some paracetamol in that utility belt – this isn’t so much a cocktail as a super villain fist fight.
Drink created by James Dance of Loading for an article in The Guardian. Check out the article for the rest of the drinks and check out Loading for a great gaming bar and cafe.

Batman: Arkham Party (Batman: Arkham City shot set)

Ingredients:
Midori
Vodka
Crushed ice
Blue Curacao
Sambuca
Cranberry juice
Rum 
popping candy
Fresh Mint 
sugar syrup
Blackcurrant coulis (you can buy this in bottles or jars if you don’t want to make your own)
Champagne

Directions: "This shot set sees some of Gotham’s most dastardly villains taking on the Dark Knight. For The Riddler, pour 20ml of Midori down the inside of glass, then add 5ml of vodka over a spoon. For a Mr Freeze, crush some ice and pour it into your shot glass, followed by 10ml of Blue Curacao and 10ml of Sambuca. Your Joker is made from 15ml Blue Curacao, cranberry juice and rum with a topping of popping candy ("You’ll need to stir it up with a straw to get the colour," says James). Then we have a Poison Ivy, grown from 15ml of rum, a fresh mint leaf (or a dash crème de menth if you prefer) and sugar syrup. Finally, create your Batman/Bruce Wayne shooter with 5ml of blackcurrant coulis and champagne. Now let the flavour battle commence!"

The caped crusader better have some paracetamol in that utility belt – this isn’t so much a cocktail as a super villain fist fight.

Drink created by James Dance of Loading for an article in The Guardian. Check out the article for the rest of the drinks and check out Loading for a great gaming bar and cafe.