Positively incendiary: scorched pumpkin rind and petrol.
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Increasingly common to North America as various decorative customs have been blown off-course by year-round Halloween revelry.
Pink grapefruit and black licorice.
We are gradually adjusting to the fact that in some places, it’s actually cold on Halloween! Wooly and witchy, fuzzy and scuzzy, long green fingers tipped with ruby-red nails: raw wool, sweet oakmoss, and cranberry brandy.
Pictured gloves knitted by Ashton Hansen from a pattern by Kim Hamlin
Vibrant with the joy and sweetness of life in death! A blend of five sugars, lightly dusted with candied fruits.
For those who move among the dead-hearted creating, caring and inventing.
Pumpkin rind and wild grasses, bourbon-soaked apples, tonka bean, smoked vetiver, and a mulled brew of star anise, clove, and black peppercorn.