Throwing a Halloween party? The clock is ticking, so get into the (evil) spirit, prepare that sexy costume and check out these 37 creepy cocktails that will ensure your guests have a ghoulishly good time.
Cravings of a Lunatic — our new favorite blog — combines a little wine with a little pomegranate juice to concoct this delicious cocktail, inspired by The Walking Dead.
Haha, get it? Self Proclaimed Foodie mixes booze and a little lime juice to create this fantastic drinkable brain.
Okay, if that last one was a little too much for you, then how about this classy looking drink by Kelli Hall? The wing is completely edible, too! Simply spray a large mint leaf with a black food-coloring spray, drop it in the drink and let it float on the ice.
The Little Epicurean combined cranberry apple juice, whiskey and sour apple schnapps for a potent potion that tastes sweet.
The Flavor Blender was inspired to create this spooky spirit by the television show Once Upon a Time. Since the show depicts potions and magic spells in swirls of shimmering light and smoke, the Flavor Blender combined purple Viniq, apple-flavored vodka and grenadine. Viniq is shimmery liqueur and if you can't find any, then try making your own.
Earnest Home Co. takes a typical White Russian, lightens up the recipe a bit without sacrificing any of the yummy taste, then melts some whipped cream through the darker body of the drink for that creeptastic foggy effect.
No pumpkins were used to make this cute concoction by A Healthy Life for Me. Simply use an orange slice and a sliver of lime pith to make the top of your glass look like a Jack-O’-Lantern.
The Institute for Alcoholic Experimentation prepared this easy-to-make drink that looks so cool thanks to one of our favorites, Blavod vodka.
If you need a Halloween-themed drink that's alcohol-free, then check out this gorgeous and refreshing recipe by The Gracious Pantry.
This particular Black Widow cocktail by Cooking in Stilettos is made with fresh blackberries and basil and some tequila.
Throwing a Harry Potter party for Halloween? Then Cooking in Curls' recipe for Polyjuice Potion is a must.
Even without the skull glass and the plastic skeleton hand crawling out of this drink by Boulder Locavore (one of our favorites), this combination of bourbon, apple and ginger is perfect for your Halloween party.