One company is attempting to offer consumers a spooky concoction this Halloween season, with the introduction of the 'Evil Spirit Gin' -- a bottle of green liquor that's been cursed by a practicing witch, with over two decades of occult experience.
The gin was produced with ingredients from England's most haunted village, which is allegedly home to over 12 well-known ghosts and spirits, namely the Watercress Woman and the farmer Edward Brett. In addition to the ghostly grown ingredients, the Evil Spirit Gin was cursed by Julianne White during this October's full moon. White claims that the gin "empowers the drinker to follow whatever their hearts desire -- whether it is for good or evil."
The limited edition spirits contain 40% alcohol and comes complete with a sinister warning label.
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