Halloween DUI Patrols Ready to Stop Drunk Drivers

By Garth O'Brien | October 28, 2007 
Filed Under Announcements, DUI News

Holiday DUI PatrolArizona and California are announcing increased Halloween DUI patrols. They same will occur in Washington State as well. The Seattle Police DUI Squad and the Eastside DUI Task Force will be out in force. I suggest you do not drink and drive at all. The field sobriety tests are already hard enough. Imagine performing a One Leg Stand while dressed as Optimus Prime, Wonder Woman or Master Chief from Halo. Not pretty.

Most Halloween parties will offer unique specialty drinks which may be very tasty, but can rocket your blood alcohol levels well beyond the legal limit. The following Halloween drinks will require a designated driver:

Little Devil
Don Julio Anejo, pineapple juice, sour mix and triple sec.

Chiller Drop
Smirnoff Blueberry Flavored Vodka, cranberry juice and sour mix. Shaken and strained into a shot glass.

The Pirate’s Poison
Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum and Cola.

Monstrous Margarita
Cuervo Gold, Grand Marnier, sweet and sour, and fresh lime. Blend with ice.

Dracula’s Kiss
Tanqueray Rangpur Gin, 3 ounces of red grapefruit juice, and lime juice. Serve over ice.

Red Russian
Smirnoff Strawberry Flavored Vodka and cream served over ice.

Transylvania Tornado
Captain Morgan Parrot Bay Pineapple Rum and Coconut Rum shaken over ice with orange juice and grenadine.

Mixed DrinksTingletini
Smirnoff Blueberry Flavored Vodka, tonic, cranberry juice, and a squeeze of lime shaken with ice.

Curse of the Black Pearl
Captain Morgan Tattoo and Smirnoff Vanilla Flavored Vodka on the rocks.

Chopin’s Ghost
Chopin Vodka and a splash of vermouth shaken into a martini glass. Then ass bleu cheese stuffed olives.

Midnight in Paris
Two ounces of Hennessy Cognac, 1 oz. of triple sec, and 1 oz. fresh lemon juice shaken over ice.

Bewitched
Two ounces of Belvedere Vodka 1/4 oz. of peach schnapps and 1 oz. of pineapple juice served on the rocks.

All of those drinks do not mix with driving. A good rule to follow: DO NOT DRINK HARD ALCOHOL BEFORE DRIVING.

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