7 Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret


I went to the Halloween cocktail hole the other day and (wow!) There are some scary, wild drinks out there. You may come across Glowing Jell-o Shots, or corn corn cocktail, or even an eye punch. There is no shortage of cocktails that you may regret the next day – strange blends of alcohol, too sweet, lots of worms in drinks, etc. So I thought I would do a quick round halloween cocktail visit that was a bit less-y theme, those that still had some ghoul and ghost, but it also looked delicious.

1. Cardinale – (PUNCH)

Red blood and dry bone. Take the recipe here.

Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret

2. Blood orange test tubes – (Martha Stewart)

I love the delivery of the test tube here with the labels you can download. Take the recipe here.

Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret

3. Jekyll Gin Glowing Cocktail – (Delish)

This twist on a Gin Daisy shines with black light! Gin, grenadine, lemon juice and tonic water. Take the recipe here.

Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret

4. Pirate Mary – (Food & Wine)

Yes to this cocktail. There is an intact recipe in the ingredient list, but it is not a big deal (except for the supply of yellow tomato juice) … Take the recipe here.

Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret

5. Kombucha Dark & ​​Stormy – (101 cooking books)

These are so delicious. Essentially, a twist on the classic cocktail does with the powerful kombucha ginger in place of the ginger beer. A rush dive, optional lime twist, and you are good. Take the recipe here.

Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret

6. Death in the afternoon – (PUNCH)

Two ingredients – absinthe and iced champagne. Take the recipe here.

Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret

7. Mother Plate – (Food & Wine)

If you're going to go on your way to your party for your party, it looks messy. Gin, grapefruit juice and champagne. Take the recipe here.

Halloween cocktails are less likely to regret