Six Spooky Cocktails for a Spirited Halloween!

Bring the boo(ze) this Halloween with a sweet, spirited cocktail! These six sips are easy to concoct for an evening of magic and mischief.

Six Spooky Cocktails for a Happy Halloween!

I can’t believe Halloween is this weekend! It’s one of my favorite holidays, and my excitement always escalates the closer we get to Trick-or-Treat time. We’re celebrating in low-key fashion this year, but I’m still planning to make our night extra-special with a triple feature of Beetlejuice, Frankenweenie, and Corpse Bride. And! I’m mixing up some scary good cocktails to go with our feast of sweets!

All of these cocktails were developed especially for, and all of the recipes are linked in this blog post. Let’s dig in!

Six Spooky Cocktails for a Happy Halloween!

First up is a spooky chocolate cocktail that is a real scream to drink! The trick is sipping it through marshmallow webbing stretched over the glass. A few candy bugs trapped in the webbing completes the effect!

Get the recipe for Marshmallow Web Chocolate Cocktail HERE on!

Melted Witch Cocktail

Celebrate the witching hour by offering guests this poisonous-looking potion. You’ll even find instructions on how to make mini candy broomstick garnishes. Add the candy witch broom to the glass just before serving to complete the spell.

Find the recipe for Melted Witch Martini HERE on!

Black Cherry Stinger Cocktail

Stir up a drink fit for a femme fatale by adding black cherries to a classic 1930’s Stinger cocktail. Garnish with a black widow spider pick and fresh cherries for a Halloweeny touch!

Find the recipe for Black Cherry Stinger Cocktail HERE on!

Monster Bourbon Smash Cocktail

Give the classic bourbon smash a Halloween twist with muddled fresh blackberries and spooky cocktail picks. For special effect, pipe monster stitches onto each glass using melted candy.

Get the recipe for Monster Smash Cocktail HERE on!

Dias de los Muertos Mule Cocktail

The traditional Moscow Mule gets a spicy twist using tequila and a pinch of ancho chile powder. I purchased some plain mini sugar skulls online, then decorated them with ready-made royal icing flowers and a food color pen. Cute and easy!

Find the recipe and tutorial for Dia de los Muertos Mule Cocktail HERE on!

Purple People Eater Jello Shots

Your guests probably won’t be expecting these adorable little monsters to be on the drinks menu at your next Halloween party. Each little critter shot has its own color-coordinated candy horn for extra cuteness.

Find the recipe for Purple People Eater Gelatin Shots HERE on!

Six Spooky Cocktails for a Spirited Halloween

These cocktails were generously included in a gallery of Halloween-themed beverages, curated by my friend and HGTV editor extraordinaire, Camille Smith. Be sure to check out the entire gallery at the link below!

45 Scary-Good Halloween Cocktails on!

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