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Blood Sucking Vampire Martini

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This Blood Sucking Vampire Martini is a great addition to your Halloween party with its vibrant red color, blood dripping effect and a black cherry flavor that will have your taste bud’s screaming!

Blood Sucking Vampire Martini

how to make a Blood Sucking Vampire Martini

Serve this Halloween cocktail at your next Halloween party that’s just for adults along with spooky Halloween food. Can also make it a mocktail for the kiddos too!

Halloween only comes once a year and we’re celebrating in style with this spooky cocktail. I love playing around with different drink and food recipes and this one was fun and easy to make. Add some fun and spooky props and it will be a frightfully good time!

vampire martini

Easy Halloween Cocktail

Create this ghoulish cocktail with just a few ingredients including Sparkling Ice Black Cherry. Sparkling Ice is a great drink to use this Halloween season to create so many mocktails/cocktails to enjoy. There are 18 fizzy, fruity flavors with a splash of juice, colors and flavors from natural sources, zero sugar plus vitamins and antioxidants.

I love the flavor Sparkling Ice brings to this adult cocktail and there are so many flavors to choose from giving you room to make many more fun drinks. I think this is going to be my new favorite Halloween drink to enjoy year after year and that you will like too!

Vampire Martini Ingredients

1 cup ice
2 oz black cherry vodka
2 oz cherry juice
1 oz Sparkling Ice Black Cherry
1 tbsp maraschino cherry juice
Candy blood for garnish
Fangs for garnish
Maraschino cherry (optional) 

How to Make a Vampire Martini

Add ice, black cherry vodka, cherry juice, Sparkling Ice black cherry, maraschino cherry juice to a cocktail shaker and stir until chilled.

Garnish the rim of the martini glass with the candy blood and allow to run down the sides of the glass making a dripping blood effect.

Strain the cocktail while pouring into the prepared martini glass. Add the plastic fangs to the side of the glass. Can also add a maraschino to the glass and allow to sink or lay across the top using a cocktail pick.  Sip to enjoy!

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Blood Sucking Vampire Martini

Blood Sucking Vampire Martini

Yield: Makes 1 Martini
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This Blood Sucking Vampire Martini is a great addition to your Halloween party with it's vibrant red color, blood dripping effect and black cherry flavor that will have your taste bud's screaming!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup ice
  • 2 oz black cherry vodka
  • 2 oz cherry juice
  • 1 oz black cherry Sparkling Ice
  • 1 tbsp maraschino cherry juice
  • Candy blood for garnish
  • Fangs for garnish
  • Maraschino cherry (optional)

Instructions

    1. Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker and stir only. 
    2. Add ice, black cherry vodka, cherry juice, black cherry Sparkling Ice, maraschino cherry juice to a cocktail shaker and stir until chilled.
    3. Garnish the rim of the martini glass with the candy blood and allow to run down the sides of the glass making a dripping blood effect.
    4. Strain the cocktail while pouring into the prepared martini glass. Add the plastic fangs to the side of the glass. Can also add a maraschino to the glass and allow to sink or lay across the top using a cocktail pick.  Sip to enjoy!
 

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