Halloween Booooze!

Posted by Meagan Kyla on

Artist Mike Bell

All artwork by artist Mike Bell

You've got all of your costume together, you sent out the invitations and you're prepping for one of the spookiest nights of the year. Halloween is here! A great way to celebrate this glorious season is with some Halloween-inspired cocktails. We're putting the 'boo' in booze!

Drunk Pumpkin Punch

Half gallon apple cider

Close to a fifth of dark or gold rum

3 regular or one large bottle(s) of ginger beer

One med-sized, hollowed out, pumpkin

Close to party time, fill your hollowed out pumpkin or pumpkin punch bowl with the cider, rum and ginger beer, stir and add a frozen block of ice to keep things cold. Have your guests ladle the punch into punch cups.

(www.mr-booze.com)

Artist Mike Bell

 Kraken Storm

2 parts Kraken Rum

4 parts Ginger Beer

lime juice* option but recommended

Add ice and lime juice in a glass, add rum and top with ginger beer. 

Apple Bobber

1 oz. Caramel vodka

1.5 oz. Armaretto

2.5 oz. Fresh apple cider

1/2 oz. Freshly squeezed lemon juice

Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker and vigorously shake for 20 seconds to break up the density of the fruit juice and to completely emulsify with the liquors. Strain into a glass with ice and serve with a dusting of cinnamon and add a twist of lemon.

(www.cocktailvultures.com)

Witches' Brew

2 oz. of mixed cranberry and pineapple juices

1 oz. Lemon-lime soda

1 1/2 oz. Coconut rum (like Malibu)

Mix the 7-up and juices in a higball glass with ice. Pour the rum down the inside of the glass right before serving. 

Candy Corn Shots (A personal favorite)

1 part Licor 43 liqueur

1 part Orange Curacao liqueur

1 part cream

Carefully layer on top of each other to resemble the Halloween candy in a shot glass. First the Licor 43, then the orange curacao, then finally the cream. Orange, yellow, white!

Cheers! Happy Halloween all you groovy ghoulies!!!

-Meagan Kyla


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