Alcoholic Spirits

The Sexton Single Malt Whiskey

Respond to the Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey as it wards off the nightmares found in the graveyard. It calls out to you to keep away what hides in the dark.


The Sexton Single Malt Whiskey Sips & Spirits


What’s on the menu?

Today, we are calling upon a spirit from Proximo Spirits in Jersey City, New Jersey. We are using their The Sexton Single Malt Whiskey to summon the Stroke of Midnight.

Cocktail Mixology

Chelsea’s Tasting Notes

The Sexton Single Malt Shot
  • It’s nice!
  • I am tasting all the flavor notes mentioned.
  • It’s beautiful
  • It grows on your tongue
  • Perfect to enjoy on the rocks
  • So good with corned beef and cabbage!
Stroke of Midnight Cocktail
  • Curious to try this cocktail with different types of citrus bitters
  • Excited to try because it smells divine
  • I love it!
  • What if, instead of topping with champagne, you topped with an Irish meade?
  • We used a nicer bottle of champagne for this cocktail, which we don’t usually recommend, but it was delightful.

Erick’s Tasting Notes

The Sexton Single Malt Shot
  • Yep! That’s Irish.
  • It’s not peaty, though.
  • Has the Irish burn
  • This is delicious
  • Really want to try making this into an Old Fashioned cocktail
Stroke of Midnight Cocktail
  • First sip wasn’t too exciting, but the second sip presented a very refreshing drink
  • Would be a perfect drink for new years
  • Maybe trying a different drier champagne versus the spumante we used.
  • We used two different types of honey in a flavor experiment and they did taste very different.

Liquor Facts

Chelsea shares details about the female master distiller responsible for this spirit as well as its unexpected connection to Kraken Rum. She wraps up her information with some bone-shaking reviews worth rising from the grave for.

Would You Rather

Would you rather be able to fall asleep quickly, but experience sleep paralysis and see the Hat Man or take a long time to fall asleep, but just as you’re about to fall asleep hear whispers and see shadows move?

Story Notes

Erick shared a brief yet haunting tale of a shared nightmare experience which left evidence behind in the waking world. He and Chelsea then carried on with a curious conversation about dreaming and nightmares.

Last Call

Have you experienced a sleep paralysis episode?

Close Your Tab

Thank you so much for joining us around the bar. We hope you’ll stay tuned for even more spooky sips very soon.

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