Perfect party drinks for your haunting Halloween plans!
5 Easy Halloween Cocktails To Try
Prepping for a Halloween party?
The girls coming round for pre-drinks before heading out out?
Obv you’re going to need some next level drinks to set the mood!
Today we are sharing easy yet effective Halloween cocktails and mocktails that you’ll love to serve!
Devils In The Deets
50ml cherry brand liquer
750ml bottle sparkling red grape juice (Shloer)
Pour the liqueur, kirsch, amaretto and vodka into a jug or cocktail shaker and mix well.
Divide between 6 tall glasses and top up with grape juice.
Add 2 maraschino cherries to each glass and serve.
Optional spooky serving suggestion:
Why not up the ante and serve your cocktails in a blood bag!
The Flowers Of Evil
50ml rose petal vodka
25ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
25ml egg white
orange zest (strip of)
edible flowers (to decorate)
Put all the ingredients except the orange zest in a cocktail shaker and dry shake (no ice).
Add ice to the shaker and shake again.
Strain into an absinthe glass or small wineglass and squeeze the strip of orange zest on top of the drink for the aroma, then discard it.
Then simply place a few edible flowers to float for your final finishing touch.
Scream Queen Sour
40ml Blanco tequila
10ml lime juice
5ml lemon juice
10ml Worcestershire sauce
3 dashes of Tabasco
sea salt (to garnish)
Chill a small wine glass or coupette glass, then brush a little water on the rim and dip into some fine smoked salt.
Put all the cocktail ingredients in the base of a cocktail shaker or a glass full of ice.
Stir until the outside of the container feels cold, then simply strain into the prepared glass.
Fright Night Punch
Making a mocktail? Just skip the vodka.
2L cherry juice
peel from 3 oranges
1 thumb-sized red chilli, pierced a few times but left whole
3 cinnamon sticks
6 slices ginger
200ml vodka, or 25ml per glass
Tip the cherry juice, orange peel, chilli, cinnamon sticks, cloves and ginger into a large saucepan.
Simmer for 5 mins, then turn off the heat.
Leave to cool, then chill for at least 4 hrs, or up to 2 days, the longer you leave it the more intense the flavours.
If you’re not about the spice, be sure to take the chilli out after a few hours.
When you’re ready to serve, pour the juice into a jug.
Serve in glass bottles or glasses and pop a straw in each. If you’re adding vodka, do so at this stage.
No Tricks Negroni
25ml sweet vermouth
slice of orange (for garnish)
Pour the gin, vermouth and Campari into a mixing glass or jug with ice.
Stir well until the outside of the glass feels cold.
Strain into a tumbler and add 1 large ice sphere or some fresh ice, and garnish with an orange slice.
Opt for blood orange to really make the most of spooky szn.
All cocktail recipes originally taken from BBC Good Food.