This year Halloween falls on a Friday which means it's a good opportunity to throw a Halloween party. Not just for the kids, but for the adults too.
I mean, why should kids have all the fun. Today I am sharing a fun Halloween cocktail recipe just for the adults. This recipe is intended for individuals of legal drinking age.
You can host a fun party for the adults while the kids play games or watch a movie. Halloween can be a family affair and you can encourage grownups to dress up and offer a prize for the best costume. In recent years I have gone to Halloween parties as a race car driver, a cheerleader, and little red riding hood.
Ingredients for Sour Bloody Navel
I made a version of a Screwdriver by using the Smirnoff® Sour Fruit Punch and some orange juice and blood oranges. Smirnoff Sours Fruit Punch combines Smirnoff No. 21 triple distilled vodka with the tart taste of cherry and berries. So when you taste it, it makes a nice fruity and tangy cocktail.
I like to think of it as a Vampire Steak Driver. Get it? No, I think it is better to think of it as Fuzzy Sour Bloody Navel.
The ingredients re:
- Sour fruit punch (21 triple distilled vodka with cherries and berries)
- orange juice (or you can make your own blood orange juice)
- blood orange for garnish
The Smirnoff Sours come in different flavors - Fruit Punch, Green Apple and Watermelon.
Check out these other fun Halloween cocktail recipes.
Fuzzy Sour Bloody Navel
Spooky Fuzzy Navel
- 1 ounce Smirnoff® Sour Fruit Punch
- 2 ounces orange juice
- 1 splash blood orange slice
- Fill glass with ice.
- Pour Smirnoff Sour Fruit Punch.
- Add orange juice.
- Add a twist of blood orange and float a slice in glass.
- Stir gently.
- Cheers! Enjoy and remember to always drink responsibly.
Recipe Variations, Notes and Substitutions
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When is the last time you dressed up for a Halloween party and what did you go as?