Witches' Brew Halloween Cocktail Recipe
Use a cauldron to mix up a batch of this party-perfect punch. A mixture of pineapple and cranberry juice gives this drink its harvest moon hue, while a shot of Malibu rum gives it a Caribbean kick.
By: Kelley Meredith
2 oz. mixed pineapple and cranberry juice
2 oz. 7-Up or Sprite
1-1/4 oz. shot Malibu Coconut Rum
Mix juices and 7-Up or Sprite in a highball glass. Pour shot of rum down the side of the glass right before drinking.
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