Who said kids get to have all the Halloween fun? These 12 “ghoulishly good” Halloween cocktails will get you in the holiday spirit — 21 & over style.
Take your Halloween cocktails to the next level and make them spooktacular with these easy to follow recipes. I’m sure you’ll have a blast!
12 Ghoulishly Good Halloween Cocktails
Delight adult party guests with scrumptious alcoholic “treats.” These Halloween cocktails don’t just 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 are 100% fun. Scroll down and check out our frightfully good list of libations.
1. La Llorona
Named for a tragic figure from Mexican folklore, this Pisco drink calls for lemon, lime, sugar and Angostura bitters. Check out the recipe here.
2. Vampire’s Kiss
Deadly. Deadly delicious that is! Check out the recipe and video tutorial here. A great cocktail to serve for Halloween. It can be creepy or funny considering the Count Drac left his fangs in it.
3. The Raven’s Wing
Spray a mint leaf with black food coloring for a ghoulish touch. Check out the recipe for this Raspberry Lambic beer-based cocktail here.
4. Corpse Reviver #2
The Corspe Reviver dates back to 1930 and packs a big enough punch to wake the dead. However, “Four of these taken in swift succession will quickly unrevive the corpse again,” the drink’s creator Harry Craddock warned. Get the recipe here.
5. The Otesaga Spookytini
This apple-flavored martini hails from the Otesaga Resort in Coopersville, N.Y., which is allegedly haunted by friendly spirits. Get the full recipe here.
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6. Hard Cider Pumpkin Float
Be careful — this one looks like it could be so good it’s dangerous. More info on how to make it here.
7. Pina Ghoulada
What’s the difference between a pina colada and a pina ghoulada? One’s haunted! Get the recipe here.
8. The Poisoned Apple
Tequila adds a smoky flavor to this concoction that includes pomegranate and apple juices. Use dry ice for dramatic effect. It does look like something a the wicked step-mother from Snow White will concoct.
9. The Conjuring
Summon the dead with Absinthe, White Creme de Cocao, coconut milks and a drizzle of black sambuca. More details here.
Red food coloring-dyed iron supplement makes this gin cocktail taste like real blood. Read more about it here.
11. Witch Doctor
Absinthe, grenadine and Angostura bitters have the power to enchant. What kind of spell do you think this drink will do to you?
12. Rhubarb Tennessee Mule
Rhubarb adds a fall twist to the classic mule. It may not look spooky but it sure packs a punch. Find the recipe and more here.
Is the list still not enough? How about a kiss from the vampire with this cocktail recipe from ThePrenti:
Halloween isn’t just about trick or treating, it can also be an amazing party for grownups with delicious cocktails all around. I’m planning to dress up as a witch and serve The Poison Apple. It’s just fitting don’t you think?
Which one are you going to try? Let me know below in the comments!
Throwing a Halloween party? Why not try serve these spooky Halloween party food? You’ll love them!