JBX PaperPak Halloween 2021 Cocktail Recipes

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It’s Halloween and the spooky season is here!

It has been a difficult year and a half for all of us and now we believe we’re all entitled to enjoy ourselves. Whether you’re going out to Halloween events at your favourite bars, pubs or clubs or you’re hosting your family and friends for a party at home, you deserve to let your hair down.

Now, with JBX PaperPak, it has never been so easy to have all your Halloween fun in the most sustainable way possible. Choosing our Irish-made paper straws for your events and parties will mean unnecessary harm to the environment is avoided while you celebrate.

We manufacture all of our straws ourselves in our Dublin facility using all local supply partners, importing nothing to ensure we retain full control over the quality of our product and over what goes into them. Our environmentally friendly paper straws have received ISO certification that they are 100% recyclable, compostable and biodegradable, as well as 100% plastic free.

As our straws are made here in Ireland, we have good stock levels ready to ship straight away; there will be no need to wait on orders stuck in delayed shipping containers coming from overseas. Our straws are available for purchase on our online store, or you can reach out to us directly for bulk orders.

We have some recommendations for you of how to best put your JBX straws to use. Have a look below to see some of our favourite cocktail recipes.


Halloween Whiskey Cocktail Recipe

1. Jameson Irish Whiskey, Ginger & Lime

This classic cocktail is one of our absolute favourites due to it being so easy to make, as well as being delicious. To make this cocktail, you will need:

  • Jameson Irish Whiskey, 1 part
  • Ginger Ale, 3 parts
  • Large Lime Wedge
  • Ice

Making the Jameson Irish Whiskey, Ginger & Lime is very easy and requires only a few steps:

  • Fill a glass with ice
  • Pour in 50ml (1 shot) of Jameson Irish Whiskey
  • Top up the glass with your ginger ale
  • Give it a quick stir
  • Squeeze your wedge of lime over the cocktail and drop it into your glass

From here, your final step is to enjoy your drink.

Halloween Vodka Cocktail Recipe

2. Orange Creamsicle

This is another great tasting cocktail that is quick and straightforward to make; all you will need for this drink is:

  • Cold vanilla vodka, 1 part
  • Fizzy orange, e.g. Club Orange, Fanta, Tango, 6 parts
  • Whipped Cream
  • Ice (optional)

To make yourself a nice Orange Creamsicle, all you need to do is:

  • Fill a large glass with ice (optional)
  • Pour in your fizzy orange
  • Add in your cold vanilla vodka
  • Spray your whipped cream across the top

All that’s left is to sit back and enjoy.

Frozen Mango Cocktail Recipe

3. Mango Margarita

If you are in the mood for testing your bartending skills, then this Mango Margarita recipe is perfect for you. For this cocktail you will need a blender and the following ingredients:

  • Frozen Mango (diced)
  • Lime Juice
  • Lemon or Lime Wedges/Slices
  • Tequila
  • Cointreau
  • Sea Salt
  • Ice

Make yourself a delicious Mango Margarita by following the steps below:

  • Add 3 cups of frozen diced mango, ¼ cup of lime juice, 3 ounces of Tequila and 2 ounces of Cointreau to your blender and blend until smooth
  • If it is too think to blend properly, leave for a few minutes and allow it to melt
  • Gradually add in your ice and blend until you reach your desired consistency
  • Use a lemon or lime wedge around the rim of your glasses to moisten and then dip them in sea salt
  • Pour your mango margarita into your glasses and garnish with a lemon or lime slice

The next step is to grab a glass and start drinking.

All of us here at the JBX PaperPak family hope you all have a wonderful Halloween and have all the fun you deserve with all the people you care about.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How are paper straws made?

Our paper straws are made by stacking 3 plies of high-quality food grade kraft paper and putting them through a core-winding machine that applies an adhesive and rolls the straws into shape. They are then cut to size, coated in lacquer to ensure quality and are then ready to be sold.

When did paper straws replace plastic straws?

The UK government initially announced that it was going to introduce a ban on plastic straws in April 2020. However, due to the effect of the worldwide pandemic, the government postponed this to October 2020 out of concern that the supply of paper straws would not be able to meet demand.

What are paper straws made of?

We manufacture our paper straws from high-quality food based kraft paper.