13 Oct

Simply Stated: Halloween Cocktail Guide

halloween cocktails: red

Since Halloween is coming up soon – I think it’s about time we featured some fun signature drink ideas for your parties!  So today over at simply stated, you’ll find recipes for all of the blood-red cocktails pictured above and the orange & black cocktails pictured below. CHEERS!

halloween cocktails: black and orange

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Tina SAYS:

Love the vampire drink with the “blood” rim – super cool!

October 13, 2008 at 9:45 am

Lisa R. SAYS:

I find the idea of black cocktails at a Halloween party so enticing! Although I wonder what it does to your teeth?

I guess Halloween is the one time you could get away with black teeth though!

October 13, 2008 at 11:32 am

Katherine SAYS:

Loving your blog – the pictures alone are so gorgeous, and this post is no exception. Kudos!!

October 13, 2008 at 12:21 pm

http://www.dabbled.org/ SAYS:

Hey! linked over to this on dabbled. thanks for all the great inspiring posts!

October 14, 2008 at 7:42 am

Renee SAYS:

I’ve never been a huge fan of Halloween, but I’ve seen some of the cutest party ideas this year to make it that much more fun. And I’ve had so much more fun getting into the decorating too! These are great — thank you!!!

October 15, 2008 at 6:24 am

mauve SAYS:

How do you get the blood rim? i love that idea!

October 16, 2008 at 7:45 am

jenn s. SAYS:

Mauve –

The “blood rim” is made from the same kind of sauce as you’d use to make candy apples. It’s actually really easy, but you’ll need a candy thermometer (which you can get at most grocery stores). Here’s the recipe:

1 c. Sugar
1/2 c. Karo Syrup
1/2 c. Water
Red Food Coloring
Cinnamon (optional)

Combine sugar, syrup and water. Cook without stirring to hard crack stage – which is 300 degrees F. Add food coloring. Cinnamon may be added for flavor.

Turn off heat. While the mixture is still hot, dunk the top of the cocktail glass into the mixture to create the red rim.

The thick consistency of the mixture will cause “drips” as it cools and hardens on the glass!

October 16, 2008 at 8:03 am

mauve SAYS:

wonderful! Thanks jenn s.!

October 16, 2008 at 8:10 am
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