Halloween Cocktails You’re Less Likely to Regret


I went down the Halloween cocktail rabbit hole the other day, and (wow!) there are some spooky, wild drinks out there. You might encounter Glowing Jell-o Shots, or candy corn cocktails, or even an eyeball punch. There’s no shortage of cocktails you’d probably regret the next day – weird mixes of alcohols, over sweet, lots of gummy worms in drinks, etc. So, I thought I’d do a quick round up of Halloween cocktails that were a bit less theme-y, ones that still had some ghoul and ghost, but also seemed delicious.

1. Cardinale (PUNCH)
Blood red, and bone dry. Get the recipe here.

Halloween Cocktails You're Less Likely to Regret

2. Blood Orange Test Tubes (Martha Stewart)
I love the test tube delivery here, with the downloadable labels. Get the recipe here.

Halloween Cocktails You're Less Likely to Regret

3. Jekyll Gin Glowing Cocktails (Delish)
This twist on a Gin Daisy glows in black light! Gin, grenadine, lemon juice, and tonic water. Get the recipe here.

Halloween Cocktails You're Less Likely to Regret

4. Pirate Mary (Food & Wine)
Yes to this cocktail. There’s a nested recipe in the ingredient list, but it’s no big deal (aside from sourcing the yellow tomato juice ;)…Get the recipe here.

Halloween Cocktails You're Less Likely to Regret

5. Kombucha Dark & Stormy (101 Cookbooks)
These are so delicious. Essentially, a twist on the classic cocktail make with strong ginger kombucha in place of ginger beer. A splash of rum, optional twist of lime, and you’re good. Get the recipe here.

Halloween Cocktails You're Less Likely to Regret

6. Death in the Afternoon (PUNCH)
Two ingredients – absinthe and chilled Champagne. Get the recipe here.

Halloween Cocktails You're Less Likely to Regret

7. Mother’s Ruin Punch (Food & Wine)
If you’re going to go the punch bowl route for your party, this looks gooood. Gin, grapefuit juice, and Champagne. Get the recipe here.

Halloween Cocktails You're Less Likely to Regret

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