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Fun drink for a large group at a Halloween party?

My friends and I are hosting a big Halloween party at her apartment and we want to get a simple good tasting mixed drink to put in one of those beverage coolers as opposed to a keg. Anyone know of some good ideas???

2 Responses to Fun drink for a large group at a Halloween party?

  • the librarian says:

    Freeze halved olives in ice cube trays to put in drinks.

    Southern Comfort has some great recipes
    Open House Punch
    1 bottle of SComfort
    3 liters of Lemon Lime soda
    6oz of lemon juice
    6oz can of frozen lemonade
    6oz can of frozen orange juice
    Mix everything but lemon lime soda. Add lemon lime soda and block of ice.

    SoCo Cider
    1 bottle of Scomfort (750m)
    1 gallon of apple cider
    5cups of gingerale
    3 cups of brewed tea
    mix all ingredeients in a large kettle. Heat until steaming but do not boil.
    Pour into a heat resistant container and serve


    These are some cute drinks from Martha Stewart

    Eyeball Highball

    14 medium radishes
    7 pimiento-stuffed olives, halved crosswise
    16 ounces gin or vodka
    1 ounce vermouth
    Trim stem and root ends of radish. Use a paring knife to scrape red skin from radish, leaving just enough to give a veiny appearance. With a small melon baller, cut a hole in radish, about 1/2 inch in diameter. Fit an olive half, cut-side facing out, into hole. Place radish in ice-cube tray. Repeat with remaining radishes. Fill tray with water; freeze.
    Mix vodka or gin with vermouth; stir with ice. Divide eyeball ice cubes among four glasses. Strain martini; pour into glasses, and serve.

    Bloody Black Currant Punch
    1 1/4 cups brandy
    1/4 cup sugar
    4 cups black currant nectar
    1 1/2 cups cold seltzer
    Stir brandy and sugar in a large bowl. Add nectar; stir to combine. Refrigerate until cold, about 1 hour. Punch can be refrigerated in an airtight container up to 3 days. Add seltzer just before serving.

    Chai-Spiced Cider Punch
    Serves 20
    4 whole star anise
    4 cinnamon sticks, each 3 inches
    12 whole cloves
    24 cardamom pods
    1 piece (6 inches) fresh ginger, peeled and thinly sliced
    2 cups pure maple syrup
    16 cups (1 gallon) apple cider
    6 cups chilled seltzer
    Bring spices, ginger, syrup, and 1 cup water to a boil in a small saucepan. Reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer 8 to 10 minutes. Let stand at room temperature 1 hour. Strain, and discard solids.
    Stir together spiced syrup and apple cider in a pitcher, and refrigerate until chilled, about 1 hour. Pour spiced cider into punch bowl; stir in seltzer.

  • mellodee says:

    Bloody Marys for a start. Also Woman’s Day had an excellent section on Halloween entertaining.

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