10 Hauntingly Delicious Cocktails to Serve at Your Halloween Party
These to-die-for concoctions will turn your party's spook factor up a notch.
Once you've set out the spooky decor and picked out your costume, it's time to concoct a signature drink for your Halloween party — the creepier the better. So, we've rounded up some oh-so-spooky cocktails that will please whether you're hosting a small or large crowd.
Calling all vampires! Use strawberry or raspberry puree to create streams of blood in this rum drink.
Make This: Blood Sucker Cocktail
Halloween Morgue-A-Rita Cocktail
This ooey-gooey margarita will ensure your guests have a frightfully good time at your Halloween party. The blood red maraschino syrup adds the cherry 'on the bottom' while sugary green "goo" lends a creepy twist.
Add green food coloring to corn syrup to make an eery green goo garnish.
Make This: Morgue-A-Rita Cocktail
Mr. Hyde Potion
Halloween Cocktail: Mr. Hyde Potion
This spirited Halloween drink might just be a life-changing experience. The potion is full of herbaceous flavors and a kick that will bring out the fun monster in your party guests.
Flavors like tarragon, lavender, lemon juice and blackberries make this vodka potion a life-changing experience.
Make This: Mr. Hyde Cocktail
A combination of cognac and Grand Marnier gives this creepy, crawly cocktail a nice kick.
Make This: Jack-o'-Lantern Cocktail
Bloody Brain Shooter
Photo by Steve Murello
When you mix Irish cream with lime juice, the cream curdles to resemble a brain. Add a splash of grenadine for a bloody look.
Make This: Bloody Brain Shooter
Zombie Gut Punch
This cocktail's bright, red hue is a combination of blood orange juice and black cherry soda. Vodka and bitters gives it an extra boost of flavor.
Make This: Zombie Gut Punch
With ingredients like root beer and frozen yogurt, this punch is a nice detox from alcohol and sugar overload without compromising on flavor.
Make This: Nonalcoholic Cemetery Slim Punch
NOT-SO-CREEPY CROWD PLEASERS
Pumpkin Spice Punch
Pumpkin pie spice and apple cider add an autumnal twist to classic sangria.
Make This: Pumpkin Spice Punch
Spiced Chai Tea
Green Mug With Chai Tea and Cinnamon
Warm your guests as the nights get cooler with a kettle of homemade chai tea. Spicy, sweet and creamy, this yummy drink can be enjoyed with or without an extra kick of bourbon.
With or without bourbon, this spicy, creamy drink will warm guests up on the coldest of nights.
Make This: Spiced Chai Tea
Prep this cold-weather sangria beforehand and let it brew in a slow cooker, so you can enjoy more time with your guests.
Make This: Slow-Cooker Sangria