Halloween Drinks

Planning a Monster Bash at your house? Listed below are some great Halloween drinks to get your party started. Choose from petrifying punches, creepy cocktails, even shock-inducing shots!

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    Brain Hemmorage

    A completely disgusting looking halloween shot, yet thoroughly tasty party drink!

    Brain Hemmorage
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    Pumpkin Pie

    This is a great Halloween Martini to serve on Halloween.

    Pumpkin Pie
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    Black Martini

    This easy to make martini only requires two ingredients.

    Black Martini
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    Devil's Blood Cocktail

    An easy to make green and red cocktail.

    Devil's Blood Cocktail
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    Rotten Pumpkin

    Grab yourself some black vodka and you probably already have the orange juice.

    Rotten Pumpkin

 Here are some more creative Halloween drinks

Halloween Cocktail Drink Recipes

Red Devil
The Green Ghost

Halloween Punch Drinks


Halloween Shots & Slammers


The History of Halloween

Halloween is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31, usually by children dressing in costumes and going door-to-door collecting candy. It is celebrated in much of the Western world, though most commonly in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Canada and sometimes in Australia and New Zealand. Irish, Scots and other immigrants brought older versions of the tradition to North America in the 19th century. Most other Western countries have embraced Halloween as a part of American pop culture in the late 20th century.

The form "Halloween" derives from Hallowe'en, an old contraction, still retained in Scotland, of "All Hallow's Eve," so called as it is the day before the Catholic All Saints holy day, which used to be called "All Hallows," derived from All Hallowed Souls. In Ireland, the name was Hallow Eve and this name is still used by some older people. Halloween was formerly also sometimes called All Saints' Eve. The holiday was a day of religious festivities in various northern European pagan traditions, until it was appropriated by Christian missionaries (along with Christmas and Easter, two other traditional northern European pagan holidays) and given a Christian reinterpretation. Halloween is also known as the Day of the Dead, and it is a day of celebration for Wiccans and other modern pagan traditions, though the holiday has lost its religious connotations among the populace at large.

Halloween is also called Pooky Night in some parts of Ireland, presumably named after the pookah, a mischievous spirit.

In the United Kingdom in particular, the pagan Celts celebrated the Day of the Dead on Halloween. The spirits supposedly rose from the dead and, in order to attract them, food was left on the doors. To scare off the evil spirits, the Celts wore masks. When the Romans invaded Britain, they embellished the tradition with their own, which is the celebration of the harvest and honoring the dead. These traditions were then passed on to the United States.

Halloween is sometimes associated with the occult. Many European cultural traditions hold that Halloween is one of the "liminal" times of the year when the spirit world can make contact with the natural world and when magic is most potent (see, for example, Catalan mythology about witches).

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