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Look at the new decadent Halloween-themed milkshake at this Dublin café

One month only.

THE SWEET REPUBLIC cafés in Dublin and Galway has been doing a milkshake of the month for quite some time now – coming up with some interesting creations every time.

Now we’re into October – there was only ever going to be one theme coming up to Halloween.

And it’s pure gore – introducing the “crime scene milkshake”

halloween Source: Caked In

Don’t worry though, that blood is all strawberry.

It’s a chocolate brownie and coffee shake with a red velvet cupcake on top – and edible shards of glass and blood

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. BLOOD filled syringe💉 Edible glass SHARDS RED VELVET cupcake❤ CHOCOLATE🍫 and COFFEE☕ BROWNIE shake Covered in GUSHING edible blood!!! 😈 . THE CRIME SCENE SHAKE!! Not for the faint hearted! . Designed by the outrageously talented Cat from @caked_in as a feature in her deadly new blog that you have no choice but to follow! You will thank us later! . Cat has even offered to make it possible for you can 3 of your friends to be victims in winning a CRIME SCENE SHAKE each ! All you HAVE to do is Follow @caked_in (you should have this done by now😉) and tell us what your favourite Halloween movie is... simples! 👻👽👾🤖👹 . Contains 2 dangerous shots of coffee and is available in Dublin and Galway from Thursday! #lovindublin #thefoodiefeed #igersdublin #shake #dublin #galway

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Well now.

It was designed for the café by Caked In and it looks like pure, messy dessert decadence.

Halloween is truly here.

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