Make a witches brew vodka cocktail that’s a perfect drink to serve at your Halloween party.
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This witches brew Halloween cocktail can be served as a shot, or as a single drink with the addition of lemon lime soda. It’s sometimes called witches blood because of it’s vivid color, which makes it a spooky drink to serve at a Halloween party.
Halloween is one of those occasions that is just pure fun. As much as I love Thanksgiving and Christmas, they can be stressful! As soon as October 1st rolls around, I am ready to break out the skulls and witches!
One of my favorite wreaths ever is this DIY Halloween witch wreath I made a couple of years ago:
You can see this and more fun Halloween wreaths here. For this witches brew cocktail, I borrowed from my daughters Day of the Dead collection. I knew they would come in handy someday!
Here is the quick and easy recipe. You can adjust the measurements to make this a great party punch.
Witches Brew Vodka Halloween Cocktail
For The Rim
- 1 lime
- 3 drops of purple food coloring
- 1 tbsp of sugar
Cut the lime in half and squeeze the juice into a saucer.
Add the purple food coloring and mix.
Place the sugar in a second saucer.
Dip the shot glasses in the lime juice and then in the sugar.
For The Cocktail
- 1/2 cup vodka
- 1/3 cup lime juice
- 1/4 cup raspberry liqueur
Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker.
Add the ice.
Shake well and strain into the prepared shot glasses.
To serve the witches brew as a long drink, just top with lemon lime soda and ice.
Add Skeleton Ice Cubes
To complete your witches brew halloween cocktail, you have to add skeleton ice cubes! This fun skeleton ice cube tray was found at the dollar store.
Look how fun they look floating in the witches brew:
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For The Sugared Rim
For The Cocktail
**To serve as a long drink, top with lemon lime soda**
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My friend Amy from Atta Girl Says is also sharing a fun Halloween cocktail. Check out this Purple People Eater Halloween Punch. Isn’t the color so cool? I can’t wait to try this recipe!
For even more Halloween cocktails check out these 40 Halloween Cocktails from Country Living.
I’m loving this Spooky Halloween Punch from Creative Ramblings. The skeleton glasses are so cool!
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