The Perfect Spooky Cocktails To Rock Your Halloween Weekend
If you’re celebrating the scary season, this weekend’s when you’ll be doing the most damage. If you’re looking for a perfectly spooky way to do this said damage we have a list of some cocktails that can do the trick this Halloween weekend.
The people over at liquor.com have taken the time to compile a list of spooky or at least spooky-sounding cocktails to make your Halloween lit. They have a total of 25 cocktails to make your Halloween drinking perfect. Below are a few that we think will help you do it right!
Death in the Afternoon – A favorite of Earnest Hemmingway that tops absinthe with champagne
Zombie – A tiki bar classic that combines three rums, absinthe, lime juice, bitters, grenadine, and gardenia mix into a blended glass of joy
Corpse Reviver #2 – In the 1870’s it was said to be a “hangover cure,” mixing gin, Lillet Blanc, orange liqueur, and lemon juice
Bloody Mary – A classic with an evil name
Pumpkin Sazerac – The most storied cocktail out of New Orleans, with a pumpkin spin…cognac, rye whiskey, bitters, and swap out the sugar cube with spiced pumpkin syrup
Great Pumpkin – A Halloween combo of pumpkin ale, apple brandy, bonded rye whiskey, maple syrup, and an egg
Undead Gentleman – A twist on the Zombie with two rums, grapefruit and lime juices, falernum, cinnamon syrup, Angostura bitters.
White Bat – When you cross a White Russian with a Rum & Coke
Tequila Corpse Reviver – Wake the dead with blanco tequila, blanc vermouth, triple sec, absinthe, and the juice from a lime and orange
Jack-O-Lantern Punch – Perfect for a party, just mix up some muddled sugar cubes, aged rum, cloves, lemon and apple juices, and club soda
Black Widow – A bite that will be savored by anyone who enjoys a quality margarita – muddled basil and blackberry leaves, blanco tequila, lime juice, and agave nectar
Necromancer – Similar to the Corpse Reviver #2, but heavier on the absinthe, dialing back on the gin, and replacing the orange liqueur with elderflower
Grave Digger – Vanilla-infused brandy, coffee liqueur, Grand Marnier, freshly brewed espresso, and topped with whipped cream and a crushed Oreo cookie
Psycho Killer – Knock ‘em dead with a combination of Irish whiskey, white crème de cacao, banana liqueur, cocoa nib-infused Campari
You can get the recipe for all of these and the rest of the 25 Halloween cocktails here.
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