Floridian fans of Halloween are able to celebrate year-round at a ghoulishly fun Halloween-themed bar in central Florida. With most bars and businesses closed during the stay-at-home orders, you may be missing your favorite spooky concoctions created by Corven the Corrupt at the Orlando bar Cocktails and Screams. But now you can take their potions home with you by way of their new cocktail kits to-go. With everything you need to make your favorite drink at home, don your witches hat and get ready to conjure up the creepiest boo-zy beverages.

Each kit is $40 and comes with everything you need to make up to five bubbly brews. The kits consist of your cocktail mix of choice, with each one including extras such as rimming sugars, candy corn snacks, and fruit to garnish your perfect potion.

There are four to-go cocktail kits from the Cocktails and Screams menu available, plus three from their sister bar, Joysticks Arcade Lounge and Retro Bar.

One to-go kit includes The Foolish Mortal bottle, a favorite from Joysticks, and consists of Absolut razzberry, blackberry brandy, blue curacao, and desert pear. 

This kit also comes with blackberries, skeleton picks, green rimming sugar, and pineapple juice for added frightening flair.

The Witches Brew kit from Cocktails and Screams is made with apple Absolut, sour apple liquor, Monin cinnamon syrup, honey, and sour mix, and comes with "hells apples" — which are soaked in 151 proof rum, cinnamon rimming sugar, and apple cider.

This is one apple you might actually want to bite into.

Not only are you getting the chance to enjoy some of your favorite drinks during the shutdown, but you’re also supporting local businesses by simply getting your drink on.

Would-be sippers can call Cocktails and Screams for curbside pickup at 39 W. Pine St. Orlando FL. or walk in to place an order. Orders must be made before 6:30 p.m. to guarantee pick-up availability, with pick-up hours set between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Purchases of these kits and spooky merch from their boo-tique help to support keeping Cocktails and Screams open post shut down, so Floridians and visitors alike can continue to get a little tipsy and spooked year-round.