If you are planning a Halloween party, you need not only cool decor and costumes, treats and drinks are also an important part of it. We’ve already shared some tasty dessert recipes, and now we’ll tell you of amazing Halloween cocktails that are sure to spruce up any party (only for adults!).
This cocktail is basically White Russian, and for extra Halloween flair, top this tipple off with a edible skull drink stirrer made from white chocolate. It’s a super-easy DIY that’ll satisfy your sweet tooth—because if you’re old enough to drink this drink, you’re too old to go trick-or-treating. We all have our crosses to bear.
This Witch’s Brew Halloweenp will make all your goblins grin! It’s an easy sparkling lime punch the whole family will love. Add dry ice to the punch bowl for an extra-spooky effect! The punch is a gorgeous, if slightly repulsive, green color, with chunks of melting sherbet that grossed out and delighted the kids when they were scooping it up.
A simple prop makes all the difference for Halloween fun! These shot syringes are filled with Bloody Maria shots (a Bloody Mary made with tequila instead of vodka) for a spicy addition to the festivities. This post for those over the legal drinking age; always drink responsibly!
These vampire bite shots are just what you need to get the party started. It’s a quick bloody Mary mix poured into vials rimmed with a spicy cayenne salt. You get the bite from the spice and the booze, so take that as fair warning. After a few of these, the night might seem even more spookier than you thought it would be.
The perfect mix of sweet & sour, this spooky serve, inspired by thebar.com Smirnoff Ghoul’s Goblet, is sure to cast a spell on your guests! Just don’t be alarmed when you see some creepy creatures at the bottom of your glass, for if you don’t garnish drinks with worms & tarantula brains on Halloween, then when?
A classic cocktail updated in the style of perhaps the most popular TV show on air. The Negan Cocktail is an old fashioned with a nod to The Walking Dead’s most disturbing villain to date. This version is modified using a red rock sugar swizzle stick that both stirs the drink and sweetens it instead of a sugar cube, but also turns the cocktail blood red.
With all of the scary movies on offer at this time of year, you’re going to need a delicious coffee cocktail to enjoy while keeping you semi-alert should a loud noise happen somewhere close by. This Raven-inspired coffee cocktail is a fall update on a classic Black Russian cocktail, with vanilla and cinnamon notes. If you’re a fan of pumpkin spice and have Pumpkin Spice Vodka available near you, you can switch that out for the Cinnamon Whiskey.
This sour Frankenstein cocktail is a fun party cocktail for Halloween. Don’t let the green fool you: they’re really just cucumber margaritas in disguise! The fake blood is optional. But why not add it on for the spooky effect right? And it’s a totally edible no-brainer: corn syrup and red food coloring!
These vampire apple pie shakes were not only easy to make and delicious, they were creepy and perfect to kick off the weekend full of Halloween festivities!
This Witch’s Brew Halloween cocktail is as delicious as it is spooky! The purple color and the shimmery effect gives it that super spooky Halloween “look”. Grab your “ghoul” friends and host a girl’s night Halloween party. Serve them these Witch’s Brew sassy cocktails on a tray or bar cart as they arrive.