Food & Drink

7 Halloween Cocktails That Are Delightfully Kitschy

#4 is *so* creative.

Halloween Cocktails for a crowd
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Halloween is almost here, which means it’s time to start planning the menu for your annual party. These Halloween-inspired cocktails include easy-to-make recipes for a crowd, so you can spend less time creating your own concoctions and more time perfecting your costume.

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Witches Brew

Made with vodka, raspberry liqueur, and purple food coloring, your glass of Witches Brew is sure to be the talk of the party — right after your Halloween costume, that is.

Vampire’s Kiss

With the Vampire’s Kiss recipe from Wander Spice, you can transform your drink into a vampire’s favorite snack in just five minutes.

Goblin Goo

With a fruity lineup of ingredients that includes pineapple and lime sherbet, the Goblin Goo from A Cork, Fork, And Passport is a lot sweeter than the name implies.

Stumbling Scientist

You don’t have to dress up as Frankenstein to enjoy a glass of Stumbling Scientist this Halloween. All you need is some vodka, flavored liquor, and lemon-lime soda, and you’re good to go. Bonus points if you serve it in a beaker.

Zombie Brains

The Zombie Brains cocktail from Burrata And Bubbles might not sound all that enticing, but maybe the drink’s list of fruity ingredients like raspberries and pomegranate juice might change your mind.

Haunted Graveyard

Bourbon fans, this one’s for you. Made with maple syrup, rosemary, and bitters, don’t be surprised if you find yourself dreaming about this whiskey sip from Sprinkles Sprouts long after the Oct. 31 holiday.

Poison Frog

Don’t worry: no frogs were harmed in the making of this cocktail. Instead, you’re gonna need some Everclear grain alcohol, granulated sugar, and a batch of Granny Smith Apples to perfect the Souffle Bombay recipe.

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