Updated: Oct 25, 2019
Wow your party guests with these unforgettable cocktails! From twists on traditional fall favorites to over-the-top spooky creations, there's a cocktail for every Halloween celebration.
Don’t trust the witches when they cackle and coo. They’ll lure you inside, promising a delicious brew. Made with frog legs and eyeballs and a tiger hair, too. But they’ll neglect to mention the secret ingredient is you.
By combining blue curaçao, grenadine, ad cranberry juice, you'll achieve a beautiful deep purple, almost black, without using any food dye. And when you add that bit of edible glitter the cocktail really comes to life.
1 oz Cosmic Soul Dry Gin
1 oz blue curaçao
1 oz lemon juice
1 oz grenadine
1 oz cranberry juice
1/4 tsp purple edible glitter
Garnish: fruit of you choice, cocktail skewer
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake until chilled. Strain into a coupe glass. Dust your fruit with the edible glitter and put it on the skewer. Place across the top of the glass.
Alone in a boat with no oars, you drift further into darkness on a smokey river of green. The more you strain to see the light, the blacker it gets. The more you try to yell, the more deafening the silence becomes. There’s only one place you could be headed and the destination is final…
This bubbling, smoking, green cocktail is the definition of an over-the-top spooky cocktail. Midori, a Japanese mean flavored liqueur gives the cocktail it's eerie color. Combined with ginger liqueur and lemon, it creates a sour drink with a hint of spice. We used Barrow's Intense Ginger Liqueur, which is made in Brooklyn. If your liquor store doesn't carry this or Midori, just ask if they could get some in stock!
1 oz Cosmic Soul Dry Gin
1 oz ginger liqueur
1 oz Midori
1 oz lemon
1 dry ice pellet
Place all ingredients except the dry ice in a shaker with ice. Shake until chilled. Pour into a coupe glass. Drop in the dry ice pellet just before serving. Caution: Do not sip the drink until the dry ice has completely disintegrated. Dry ice can cause serious injury if it touches your skin.
Winter In The Tropics
Throw on a Hawaiian shirt and some flip flops, take a sip, and transport yourself to the beach where it's a brisk 80 degrees and the northern chill is hundreds of miles away.
This is our spin on the hugely popular apple cider cocktail. Who knew that tropical fruits paired well with cinnamon and caramel? And combined with our slightly smoky Equinox White Rye, it's to die for. Although this recipe is written for a cold cocktail, it's also excellent served warm! For a single serving, combine everything except the white rye in a mug and zap it in the microwave. Top with the white rye. For a large batch, combine everything except the white rye in a pot and bring to a simmer. Then add the white rye and ladle into mugs.
1 1/2 oz Equinox White Rye
1 1/2 oz pineapple juice
1/2 oz lemon juice
1 bar spoon caramel
1 pinch cinnamon
Microwave your caramel before using so it's a thin consistency. Combine the pineapple juice, lemon, and caramel in a shaker. Stir until the caramel is fully combined. Add ice, Equinox White Rye, and cinnamon. Shake until chilled. Strain into a coupe glass.