Mix up any of these Halloween cocktails and your Halloween party will be going well until the sun comes up!
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- La Lalona Halloween Cocktail
- Vampire Kiss Halloween Cocktail Recipe
- Raven’s Wings
- Corpse Reviver #2
- Otesaga spukitini
- Hard Cedar Pumpkin Float
- Pina Ghoulada Halloween Cocktail
- Poison Apple Halloween Cocktail
- The Conjuring
- Voodoo Doctor Cocktail
- Rhubarb Tennessee Mule
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Delight adult party guests with flashy alcoholic “treats.” These Halloween cocktails not only look and taste great, they really capture the spirit of the holiday!
Don’t let names like Poisoned Apple, Corpse Reviver, and The Conjuring scare you, these Halloween drinks are really simple and easy to mix up. Scroll down and check out our list of awfully good libations.
1. La Llorona Halloween Cocktail
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Named for a tragic figure from Mexican folklore, This is the Pisco drink Lemon, lime, sugar and Angostura call for bitters.
2. Vampire Kiss Halloween Cocktail Recipe
Take your Halloween cocktail to the next level and make it spooktacular Follow this simple recipe. I’m sure you’ll have a blast with this deadly concoction – it’s deadly delicious!
This is a great cocktail to serve for Halloween. It can be scary or funny because Count Drak left his fangs in it.
3. Raven’s Wing
This is actually a simple cocktail recipe with just a few ingredients. The big twist here is to spray the mint leaves with black food coloring for a messy garnish.
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4. Corpse Reviver #2
The Corpse Reviver Dates to 1930 and packs a punch big enough to wake the dead. However, “four of these taken in quick succession will reanimate the corpse,” warns Harry Craddock, the drink’s creator.
5. Otesaga spukitini
This apple-flavored martini comes from Otesaga Resort in Coopersville, NY, which is allegedly haunted by friendly spirits. thanks, We have the recipe hereSo you don’t have to fly on your broom to get to Otesaga Resort!
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6. Hard Cedar Pumpkin Float
Be careful – it looks like it could very well be dangerous. Nothing will make a party crazier than foamy lips and a loud smile This is drinking.
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7. Pina Ghoulada Halloween Cocktail
What is the difference between a pina colada and a ? Pina-Ghoulda? The latter is haunted and oh so perfect for your Halloween party!
8. Poison Apple Halloween Cocktail
Tequila adds a smoky flavor This is fiction This includes pomegranate and apple juice.
You also need to use dry ice for added drama. The evil step-mother from Snow White seems to be something like that.
Summon the dead with absinthe, white crème de cacao, coconut milk and black sambuca powder. It’s not normal for you Halloween cocktail because it’s sure to bring a tropical vibe to a chilly Halloween night!
Give your classic martini a sick Halloween twist by adding blood…I mean, red food coloring. Here’s a Halloween Martini Sick Twist: Red Food Coloring Makes Iron Supplements this drink Tastes like real blood.
11. Voodoo Doctor Cocktail
Absinthe, grenadine and Angostura bitters have the power to enchant. What kind of spelling do you think? this drink do with you
12. Rhubarb Tennessee Mule
Rhubarb adds a fall twist to the classic Mule Inn This rhubarb is the Tennessee Mule. It may not look scary but it sure packs a punch.
Still not enough of the list? How about a kiss from the vampire with this cocktail recipe from ThePrenti:
Halloween is creeping around the corner and you better get your Halloween party plans straight. Make sure to include one or two of these boozy Halloween drinks and wicked cocktails like we know you will.
I plan to dress up as a witch and serve poison apples. You might also want to check out these spooky Halloween party foods—you’re sure to love them. Enjoy!
Which of these Halloween cocktails are making your party menu? Let us know in the comments section below!
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Editor’s note: This post was originally published on October 20, 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevance.