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    Friday 31/10/14

    Hallowe'en, Schmallowe'en. Before witches' costumes - and millennia before Sluttyween - theCeltic folk of Western Europe used to celebrate a harvest festival around this time.

    People would light bonfires to cleanse and protect their villages, leave offerings for the fairies, perform divination rituals using apples and nuts - and, yes, even dress up, as well. The name? Samhain.

    In Ireland, drunkenness was a major part of Samhain. So we are marking the occasion with a Celtic Margarita, a thoroughly Celtic - and surprisingly effective - take on ye olde Margarita. Cheers!

Celtic Margarita

Today is Samhain

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