Please note; the following recipe contains alcohol and should only be consumed by those over 21.
This October, we had a Friday the Thirteenth – a day notorious for spooky omens, and scary movies. Today, on Hallows Eve, it’s the perfect time to test out delicious and dark cocktails for your impending October Thirty-First celebrations tomorrow night. What’s darker than blackberries and black cherry soda?
I have my favorite Halloween specials and movies: anything Casper related, the original Amityville Horror, and more recently, It. (It was filmed in the GTA!).
This dark cocktail is sweet and strong with a whisper of vanilla vodka and deliciously rich Chambord. This is definitely a cocktail for connoisseurs of sweet berry flavors.
If you love the spooky glass and want to stock up for tomorrow, run to your nearest William Sonoma!
Although I’ll be unable to celebrate Halloween tomorrow evening, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the limitless creativity of my fellow food bloggers.
Cocktails you can’t miss
Keepin’ it short and sweet today – what are your favorite Halloween Cocktails?
Vodka Blackberry & Elder-flower Halloween Cocktail
Enjoy a dark and spooky cocktail that’s bursting with berries.
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- Yield: 5 servings 1x
- 20 fresh blackberries, mashed
- 2 cups elder-flower soda
- 1 cup black cherry soda
- 1/2 cup vanilla vodka
- 1/4 cup Chambord
- ice, to serve
- Place 4 of the mashed blackberries in every glass.
- In a jug, mix together the remainder of the ingredients and divide among the 5 glasses. Add ice.