Cocktails/ Drink

Spooky Halloween Cocktail Recipes

October 14, 2018 (Last Updated: October 26, 2020)

Last Updated on October 26, 2020 by Slow The Cook Down

Get ready to entertain your guests with these spooky Halloween cocktail recipes!  From witches to vampires and Harry Potter to Black Widow, there is something to make everyone’s party start with a bang! Thank you to all my food blogger friends who shared their fiendishly creative cocktails!


First up are some awesome cocktails to welcome your guests when they arrive…

This green Halloween Sangria is the perfect make ahead pitcher!

Halloween sangria in a large jusg decorated with cobwebs and plastic spiders.

Who wouldn’t love to be greeted by a Bloody Bellini?! This gruesome Prosecco cocktail from Giraffes Can Bake is sure to delight and horrify your guests!A bloody bellini spooky halloween cocktail


The Flaming Dragon’s Blood Cocktail from The Flavor Blender will set your world on fire…quite literally! This daiquiri cocktail is a real show stopper!A spooky Halloween cocktail - A Flaming Dragon Heart


The Halloween Spooky Screwdriver from Culinary Ginger is a festive twist on a classic. I love the layered black vodka!A halloween spooky screwdriver cocktail


Halloween wouldn’t be halloween without witches…and I’m pretty sure witches like cocktails…

The Witches Brew Halloween Cocktail is such an awesome colour, and I love that rim!  This recipe from the Chunky Chef uses melon liqueur and citrus flavors for a super tasty spooky drink!A witches brew spooky halloween cocktail


The Witch’s Heart cocktail is a real show stopper! This spooky halloween cocktail from The Flavor Blender is topped off with dry ice for maximum impact!A Witch's Heart cocktail - a spooky halloween cocktail finished with dry ice


What do witches like?  They like poisoned apples!  I love the colour of this Poisoned Apple Cocktail from Cooking with Curls!A poisoned apple cocktail in a shallow cocktail glass


The last of our witches cocktails is the Melted Witch Martini from 3 Yummy Tummies. Such a fun idea and I love that colour!

A melted witch martini


A spooky Halloween cocktail wouldn’t be as spooky without some spiders….

The first arachnid themed cocktail is from Crayons and Cravings.  The Black Widow Venom Moonshine is sweet and spicy – serving with spiders is optional!A jar of black widow moonshine


Giraffe’s can Bake brings us this awesome Black Widow Cocktail.  This gin based drink shimmers in the moonlight!A spooky halloween cocktail - a black widow


What Halloween would be complete without everyone’s favorite wizard…?

These next two Harry Potter inspired cocktails are from Gastonom Blog, and first up is this Bourbon Butterbeer whisky cocktail – exactly how I like to drink my butterbeer!Glasses of bourbon butterbeer


Our second Harry Potter offering is this super colorful Polyjuice Potion.  This potion can easily be multiplied so you can make a big cauldron! A green poly juice potion cocktail


Finish off your spooky Halloween cocktail night with these shimmery, color changing drinks…

In Crayons and Cravings own words…’Are you looking for a devilishly good cocktail recipe that captures the Halloween spirit? One that looks like you dredged a swamp? ‘  Ha!  If you are, this Demon Juice is for you!Demon Juice Cocktail


Last but not least is is the spectacular Purple Eater Colour Changing Halloween Cocktail.  Elderflower and cranberry juice make for a tasty end of night treat.A spooky halloween cocktail with fruit eyeball


What an awesome bunch of spooky halloween cocktail recipes!! Thank you to all who shared their creations!

If you are looking for more cocktail recipes, be sure to check these out!

Stay safe out there….


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  • Reply
    Elaine Benoit
    October 17, 2018 at 4:34 pm

    Each of these cocktails look fun and delicious! The only problem is which do I make first? Maybe the Demon one!! Great roundup!

    • Reply
      Slow The Cook Down
      October 17, 2018 at 4:41 pm

      They are so fun aren’t they!! I’m going to start some early taste testing 😉

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