This ‘Witch, Please’ Cocktail Is Perfect For Your Halloween Party
It's like witches' brew—with booze!
Everyone celebrates Halloween a bit differently. Maybe you have little ones to take trick-or-treating or perhaps you’ll be throwing a party. Or maybe you’re like me and will be spending the night passing out candy while drinking by yourself and watching “Hocus Pocus” on TV.
Either way, the night is not complete without a themed cocktail (or two). Whether it’s for a party or you’re just treating yourself, there is no shortage of Halloween drinks that are quick and easy to make but are definitely a must for a spooky celebration. That includes a brand new one from KEEL Vodka — not only does it feature perfect ingredients but it has a fabulous name, too!
This “Witch, Please” cocktail is easy to make, but just sassy enough to wow party guests — and yourself. While the recipe calls for KEEL Vodka, you can use whatever vodka you have on hand. Along with that, you’ll also need matcha powder (which is what makes it green), pineapple juice, lime juice and agave syrup.
Take a look at the full recipe below:
- 1.5 oz. KEEL Vodka
- 1/2 tsp. matcha
- 2 oz. pineapple juice
- .5 oz. lime juice
- .5 oz. agave syrup
Combine all ingredients, shake and serve over ice.
If you’re looking for a gluten-free or no-carb option for your “Witch, Please” drink, definitely stick to the original directions and go with KEEL, a premium light vodka that has no sugar, no carbs, no gluten, only 58 calories per serving and a low alcohol-by-volume percentage (ABV) of 23.8%.
If you’d rather have something totally different on your Halloween table, however, check out this Malibu pumpkin colada that blends rum with coconut cream, pineapple and lime juices and real pumpkin puree!
And for the kiddos, take a look at this list of Halloween mocktails they’re sure to love.
You could also make your night even easier and just pick up some Halloween-themed spirits or wine instead. You’ll find a few different kinds online and in stores, including this Apothic Inferno Whiskey Barrel Red.
Will you be making any special Halloween cocktails this year?