I love drinks that really set the mood for a Halloween Party. These witch brew cocktails are spooky and eerie and downright fun. They make use of color to tell us in no uncertain terms that Halloween is here. Time for a witches brew!
Some of these drinks are kid friendly, so that the young ones can enjoy get into the spooky mood, and others are the grown up version. All are fun, colorful and perfect for Halloween.
Time for some Witch Brew Cocktails and Mocktails!
This fun Witches Brew Halloween Cocktail has everything going for it. Color? √ Black sugar? √ Taste √√ I love how the black sanding sugar on the rim of the glass compliments the blue curacao color of the cocktail. It’s an instant mood setter, for sure!
Pineapple juice and cranberry juice, along with Sprite and Coconut rum gives this spooky witches brew Halloween cocktail it’s distinctive pumpkin color. Your party guest will love the fruity taste with a Caribbean flair.
It’s time for a super really spooky Halloween cocktail. Everyone want the recipe for this sassy witch brew that uses purple liquor, champagne and dry ice for an eerie Halloween effect. It’s the right color, the right mood and the right taste.
Your kids will be amazing to see this drink change color as the ice melts. Frozen colored ice cubes get added to this non alcoholic Witches Brew Punch to make a fun color changing drink. See how to make it here.
Combine Kool-Aid with sugar, ginger ale and water for this kid friendly Witch’s Brew and Zombie Punch. The colors are perfect for Halloween.
More ideas for Witches Brew Cocktails
Looking for more ideas for your witch inspired drink? Try one of these yummy recipes.
These drinks are pure fun. They are the perfect way to put you and the kiddos in the mood for your Halloween party. Why not try one for your gathering?
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