The Ultimate Halloween Cocktail List for Getting Your Boo-ze On

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first_img Editors’ Recommendations 1.5 oz Coopers’ Craft Bourbon.75 oz apple brandy or Applejack1 tsp brown sugar3 dashes Angostura or apple bittersGarnish suggestions: Caramel apple sucker, apple drizzled in caramel, apple chipsMethod: In a mixing glass muddle the brown sugar in the bourbon until dissolved. Add ice and remaining ingredients and stir for 10 seconds to chill and dilute. Strain into ice-filled rocks glass and garnish with caramel apple pop, or apple wedge drizzled in caramel.Evil QueenChambord1.5 oz Woodford Reserve Bourbon.5 oz Chambord LiqueurDash of bittersMaraschino cherryMethod: Take a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Pour in Chambord, bourbon and a dash of bitters. Strain into a fancy glass. Top with a fancy cherry.Belvedere Black Tie It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got an elaborate costume that you’ve spent months crafting or if you’re not even dressing up and going as a “Broke Millennial” this Halloween, chances are that you’re going to be going to — or even hosting — a party.As we all know, parties are made better with boo-ze (pun intended) and what is more delightful than a well-made cocktail? Answer: two well-made cocktails. Or three or — well, you get the point. No matter what kind of alcohol you gravitate towards, you’ll find plenty of options for cocktails to make for your Halloween party below.Need more than just cocktails? Here’s how to throw the ultimate Halloween party.Dead Witch(Created by Federico Avila, Bar Belly, New York City)1.5 oz Aylesbury Duck vodka.5 oz Pierre Ferrand Liqueur2 oz Moroccan Blend Coffee Cold Brew.25 oz coconut milk.5 tsp cream of banana1 dash black walnut bitters1 dash tonka bean tinctureMethod: Shake ingredients together with ice. Strain into a coupe glass and garnish with coffee beans.Boyne Valley Brew(Created by Julia Momose)6 oz Slane Irish Whiskey1 oz Mandarine Napoléon16 oz cold brew coffee1 oz demerara syrup (2:1)Whipping cream, on the side, softly whipped for layeringMethod: Measure demerara syrup, Mandarine Napoléon, Slane Irish Whiskey, and cold brew coffee into a serving carafe. Keep chilled until ready to serve. On the side, lightly whip whipping cream so that it is thick enough to layer nicely on top of the Irish-coffee base. When ready to serve, pour the base into glasses, leaving about a quarter inch of space to layer the cream on top.Caramel Apple Old Fashioned 9 Cocktails Recipes to Mix Up for National Rum Day 7 Fall Cocktail Recipes to Enjoy With Cooler Weather Easy 3-Ingredient Cocktails You Can Master last_img

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