4 Nights of Terror – Night 4 – The Conjuring
30th October 2021
Welcome back to the spooky series, where we choose a film and create a fitting Cocktail to go alongside, I’ll give you a little history into each film and the know-how to create a delicious Cocktail.
The Conjuring films are based on the real case files of Ghost Hunters/Paranormal Recherches Ed and Lorraine Warren, they have investigated 1000s of cases of the paranormal, but the first film brought to light one of their most disturbing cases, which they had kept locked away, although the first films dramatizes some events for the sake of entertainment, a lot of what you see is reported to be true. If you’re interested in finding out just much you can click here.
There are 3 films in The Conjuring franchise
- The Conjuring
- The Conjuring 2
- The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
But there are 8 films in The Conjuring universe
- The Conjuring (2013)
- Annabelle (2014)
- The Conjuring 2 (2016)
- Annabelle: Creation (2017)
- The Nun (2018)
- The Curse Of La Llorona (2019)
- Annabelle Comes Home (2019)
- The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021)
All the films are based on the real-life cases of Ed and Lorraine Warren, the first film investigated the Perron family in Rhode Island, 1971, where the family experience disturbing moments that they can’t explain, along with the ever-haunting presence of evil presence.
The film was released on July 19th, 2013 in USA and Canada, then released on August 2nd, 2013 in the UK, it started Patrick Wilson as Ed Warren and Vera Farmiga as Lorraine Warren, the first film had a budget of $20 million and grossed over $319 million worldwide.
The Sparkling Wine – Montelvini
Montelvini has been around for 135 years, owned by the Serena family, the current owner, Armando Serena has been President of Montelvini since 1968, located in a small region in Montello in Italy, the Serena family has dedicated themselves to producing wine with skill and passion.
Montelvini – Serenitatis Asolo Prosecco Superiore Brut Tasting Notes
Aroma 👃 “A pleasing ripe green and yellow fruit aroma with chalky minerals on the aroma.”
Flavour 👅 “A fruity zingy taste of squeezed yellow fruit juices and green apples on the palate with a chalky note.”
This Prosecco Won a Silver Medal in the Light & Fruity Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021.
The Bathsheba Cocktail
- Sparkling Wine
- White Chocolate
How To Make The Bathsheba Cocktail
- Heat up a piece of White Chocolate and decorate your glass in the shape of a hand.
- Pour in 20mls of Gin.
- Top up with 150mls of Sparkling Wine.
- And enjoy your Haunted Cocktail.
Aroma 👃 “Spiced pear, cinnamon, green apple skin and green garden aromas.”
Flavour 👅 “A smooth zingy citrus grabs your taste buds, with delicious pear sprinkled with cinnamon, with a devilish display of green and yellow apples and herbal gardens, a soft chalky Asolo expression. finishing with a strong finish from the gin”
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