Guests at your Halloween party will be THIRSTY! This Blood Bar, featuring three chilling cocktails — Stabbery Daiquiri, Gin & Tourniquet and Hemoglobpolitan — is sure to satisfy vampires, ghouls and all your visitors. Two Halloween drink recipes below and more details posted all week long. (Serving kids or teens? Make the non-alcoholic versions like we did.)

Make a Blood Bar at your Halloween Party with these Virgin Vampire Cocktails #halloween #parties

How to Make a

We invited guests to mix their own drinks and displayed stylized recipe cards for each cocktail in frames that were spray painted black to match our other serving pieces.

Vampire Mixology: Gin & Tourniquet #printables #halloween #bloodbar #twilight #vampire

The Ingredients for a Hemoglobpolitan #vampire #halloween #cocktails #party #blood

Hypodermic Stirring Needles perfect for a

Provide stirring straws, cleverly labeled as “Hypodermic Stirring Needles,” for guests to mix in all those ghastly ingredients before sipping. Get the Blood Bar printables here.

3 oz Cranberry Juice
3 oz Ginger Ale or Gin
1 tbs Torani Vanilla Flavor (Blood Thinner)
1 tbs Lime Jello, stirred to thin (Beetle Juice)
1 Green Grape or Olive on a pick (Eyeball)
Add to glass and mix well with a “Hypodermic Stirring Needle.”

6-8 oz Lemon-lime Soda or Vodka with Red Food Coloring (Blood)
1 tbs Half & Half (White Blood Cells)
1 tbs Fresh Strawberry Syrup (Clotted Blood)
1 Maraschino Cherry (Heart of a Raven)

Missed a day? You can see all of the Blood Bar here. Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.


  1. Oh wow- such a fabulous set up! I will have to do something like this for our big Halloween party. Genius!

    And you know what would go awesome with this? These skull drink stirrers:

    Olivia    Monday, October 1, 2012
  2. HOW FUN!!!! I love it!

    Homemade Ocean    Monday, October 1, 2012
  3. This set-up is totally awesome! This can be used for all age groups. My daughter will be turning 16 in October, not your typical “sweet” 16 y/o, I’ll have to share this with her. Then some friends and I were thinking of having and adult Halloween party. This is perfect! I love it!

    Sally    Tuesday, October 2, 2012
  4. Thank you for posting
    Excellent shot!!!

    MD. ABDULLAH SIDDIKI    Sunday, October 7, 2012
  5. Festering scab. . . plucked eyeball. . . the names are boooo-licious! : )

    Stephane in Alaska    Sunday, October 7, 2012
  6. Seeing all these imaginative Halloween posts makes me wish we celebrated it, too :D .

    Ana    Thursday, October 11, 2012
  7. Just wondering if you had a link to the menu that you did for this. A friend and I have a couples Halloween party every year and this would be an amazing treat this year. Thanks for all the great ideas.

    Hydi    Thursday, September 26, 2013
  8. Would you mind sharing what the O and AB- bases are? Are the clotted and coagulated bloods the same syrup?

    DM    Sunday, October 13, 2013

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