If you’re anything like us, the holidays mean more reasons to stock up your bar cart with fun drinks. While we typically go for mocktails, punch drinks, and kid-friendly holiday drinks, there’s usually liquor in there somewhere, when needed. And since we tend to make our bar carts work overtime as Hot Cocoa Bars, and hot tea and cider stations, it pays to have a plan. Literally. As such, we’re sharing 13 Disney Halloween Drinks you can add to your holiday fun, that share ingredients you’ll most likely need again for Christmas and New Year’s.
Disney Halloween Drinks Shopping List
To get started you can definitely go through this list and find your favorites, but they essentially all use the following which we like to have on hand for the holiday season, for cocoas, coffees, and drinks.
- Fruit Juices: Apple, Passion Fruit, Cranberry, Orange, Apple Cider
- Torani Toasted Marshmallow, Pumpkin Spice and Gingerbread
- Torani Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup
- Torani Caramel, Vanilla, French Vanilla and Hazelnut
- Torani Sauces in Dark Chocolate, Pumpkin, Caramel
- Raspberry Syrup
- Sour Apple Syrup
- Lavender Syrup
Bar Cart Drink Staples
- blue curacao
- lime juice
- lemon juice
- simple syrup
- ginger ale/ ginger beer
- edible glitters
- milk of choice
- hot chocolates
Liquors and Spirits
Vodka or Gin, Rum, Campari, Bourbon
Disney Halloween Drinks
Whether you’re hosting a children’s party or a party for grown-ups, there are drinks here to wow them all. From sherbet-filled wormy fun, courtesy of Oogie Boogie to a Classy Cosmo you’re sure to find gripped by the long fingers of Yzma, here are our 13 Days of Disney Drinks for Halloween.
This classic Disney Parks Drink is an all-year-round treat, but since it reminds us of Butterbeer, we like it best in the fall. Combining just a few juices and bit of froth, you can dress this up with extra marshmallow fluff if you’re going for extra decadence. Serves 4.
- 1-12 oz. can Frozen Apple Juice
- 4 oz. water
- 1 oz. mango juice
- 1/4 c. Torani Toasted Marshmallow Syrup
- 1 c. Ice
- 1 c. heavy whipping cream
- 4 tbsp. mango juice
- 2 tbsp. passionfruit juice
- 3 tbsp. sugar
Make the Foam Topping first. Grab a stainless steel, or glass, bowl and place in the freezer while you gather ingredients. In a separate bowl add 1 c. whipping cream, 4 tbsp. mango juice, 2 tbsp. passionfruit juice and 3 tbsp. sugar. Remove bowl from freezer, and add mixture. With a handheld or kitchen aid blender, whip until soft peaks form. Refrigerate while you prepare the drink.
In a blender combine apple juice, water, mango juice, marshmallow syrup, and ice. Blend until thick and smooth.
Pour in a mug and top with cold mango whipped cream.
Ursula’s Poor Unfortunate Soul
Are you looking for a villainous Halloween Drink that is good for both kids and grown-ups? This one is sweet and sassy and offers up a nice combo of fruity flavors perfect for sipping. Serves 4.
- 2 cans of Cherry Coke
- 1 pint Blackberries, separated
- 1/2 c. Torani Raspberry Syrup
- 1 pint Vanilla Soft Serve or Ice Cream
- Combine soft serve and 3/4 carton of blackberries in a blender for a milkshake consistency.
- Add Raspberry Syrup
- Separate mixture into 4 coupe glasses and top with 1/2 can of Cherry Coke
- Garnish drinks with remaining 1/4 cup of blackberries
Haunted Mansion Mocha
Ahhhh, one of our favorite drinks to make in the fall is this Haunted Mansion Pumpkin Mocha Recipe. Combining chocolate, pumpkin and espresso, it’s full of dark, rich flavors that are just wonderful to take the ghostly chill off. Serves 1.
- 2 shots Espresso
- 8-10 oz milk of choice
- 1 oz Dark Chocolate Syrup or Mocha Sauce
- 2 oz Pumpkin Sauce
- 1/4 c. heavy cream (more if you want more foam)
- 1 Milano Cookie
- Oreo Crumbs
- 1 Meringue Ghost
- Brew up 2 shots of espresso, or substitute a very strong black coffee.
- Add milk, syrups, and sauces.
- Blend with a hand frother.
- In a separate chilled spouted frothing pitcher add heavy cream and froth separately.
- Once ready, pour the drink into a glass, top with cream, sprinkle Oreo crumbs as “dirt”, and place your Milano cookie as a grave and your meringue ghost just for fun. Check out our Haunted Mansion Pumpkin Mocha post for how to make meringue ghosts and this recipe on your own.
Snow White’s Poison Apple
One of our absolutely favorite drinks for the Halloween season, we like this one best in a long-stemmed martini glass for sipping. Serves 1.
- 1/3 c. apple cider
- 1/3 c. cranberry juice
- 2 oz. Bourbon
- 1 oz. grenadine
- 1/4 tsp. edible gold glitter
- Add apple cider, cranberry juice, bourbon, and grenadine to a cocktail shaker
- Shake, shake, shake.
- Add glitter, stir, then pour into glass.
- Feel free to dust a little bit of edible glitter on top for extra shimmer
Maleficent’s Halloween Cocktail
Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without our favorite queen of evil, Maleficent. This drink is all about shimmer. It tastes delicious and as a mocktail, it’s perfect for kids who want to feel extra fancy. You can add a bit of gin to this if you’re looking for something with a little more spunk. Serves 1.
- 1/2 c. Lavender Syrup
- 1 can Ginger Beer or 7up
- Silver Glitter Food Gel
- 1/4 tsp. Edible Silver Shimmer Dust
- Add the lavender syrup, ginger beer/ 7up, and several squirts of glitter food gel to a shaker.
- Shake, shake, shake.
- Add shimmer dust, stir, then pour into a glass.
Jack Skellington’s Blackberry Bourbon Smash
If anyone needs a drink, it’s Jack! Existential crisis’ aside, the stress of the holidays, and making them perfect, whether they’re yours or someone else’s can take its toll. Luckily, nothing helps out like a smooth bourbon drink, with a bit of blackberries and mint to help you see things clearly. This Disney Halloween Drink is perfect for days, or nights when you need something warming and fresh. Don’t go crazy, one should do it. Serves 1.
- 8 Fresh Blackberries
- 7 Mint Leaves
- Juice of 1/2 Lemon
- 1-2 tbsp Honey
- 2 oz Bourbon
- Ginger Beer for topping
- Zest of 1 lime
- 3 tbsp granulated sugar
- Rim the glasses with sugar, by dipping the rim in water, then twisting it into the sugar, placed on a tea saucer.
- In a cocktail shaker add blackberries, mint, lemon juice, and honey. Muddle with a muddler or wooden spoon.
- Add bourbon to the cocktail shaker, close it, and shake the mixture together.
- Add ice to your rimmed glass. Pour the drink into the glass, over ice. Top with ginger beer, stir gently. garnish with fresh mint.
Cinderella’s Pumpkin Punch
Whether you’re hosting a pumpkin carving party, a trip to the pumpkin patch, or a Halloween get-together, this pumpkin punch adds a bit of authenticity to the season. With real pumpkin, we also recommend adding pumpkin sauce as well to give it extra flavor. If you want it extra spicy, we recommend sticking with ginger beer, but if you’re serving children, ginger ale may be your better bet. Serves 2.
- 1 c. Pumpkin puree or Pumpkin Juice
- 1/2 c. Pumpkin Sauce
- 1/4 c. Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup
- 2 cans of Ginger Beer or Ginger Ale
- Combine pumpkin puree, pumpkin sauce, and brown sugar cinnamon syrup in a pitcher and whisk until mixed.
- Add Ginger Beer, and whisk again to combine.
- Pour into glasses. If using pumpkin puree it will sink a bit to the bottom of the glass.
Captain Hook’s London Fog
While this may be on the list of Disney Halloween Drinks, we think you could really have this one all year round. We love a cozy tea drink during the fall season, and a London Fog is light and airy and perfectly delicious. Everything you need to help get your pirate ship through the night sky, headed for the second star to the right, on your way to Neverland. Serves 1.
- 1 Earl Grey teabag, or 1 Tbsp Loose Earl Grey Tea
- 1 tablespoon Lavender Syrup
- ⅓ cup Milk of choice
- ¾ cup water
- Honey, if desired
- Brew Earl Grey Tea for 5 minutes in 3/4 c. of boiling water. Cover it while steeping, so that all the flavors are extracted during the brew.
- While the tea is brewing, warm the milk in a small saucepan. While it’s warming, forth it with a handheld frother, until light and fluffy. You can also use an electric frother, to make this easier.
- Remove the tea bag from the mug and Add the Lavender syrup to the warm tea and stir.
- Add the frothed milk on top of the tea. You can lightly stir it at this point. It will hold a nice foam on top.
Yzma’s Potion of Madness Cosmopolitan
Our favorite glam girl, with lashes for miles, is all about the glitz. So, why not honor Yzma with one of the best drinks for all girls who love pink, the Cosmo. This one comes with Raspberry, pink sugar, and a bit of shimmer. you can swap the vodka for gin as needed, and get ready for a smooth, pink, and shimmery drink. Perfect for sipping, while you’re thinking up your next potion. Serves 1.
- 2 oz. of Raspberry juice
- 2 oz. Raspberry Liqueur- Chambord, or Homemade
- 4 oz Vodka or Gin
- Juice from ½ lime
- 1 oz. simple syrup
- Pink sugar
- White edible shimmer
- Add raspberry juice, raspberry liqueur, vodka or gin, lime juice, and simple syrup to a cocktail shaker
- Shake, shake, shake
- Dip a martini glass rim in water, then a saucer of pink sugar. Set aside.
- Add edible shimmer to the cocktail shaker and stir a few times.
- Pour into rimmed glass, and add raspberries to garnish.
Hades Blue Cocktail
Our favorite Disney Villain may be preoccupied with handling all the troubles in the underworld, but that doesn’t mean he can’t take a break for a cool drink, with flavors of the islands. This delicious blue drink features coconut rum and ginger flavors for a warming drink, with a cool finish. Serves 1.
- 2 oz. blue curacao
- 1/2 oz. rum, coconut or golden
- 3 oz. ginger ale or ginger beer
- Blue cotton candy for topping
- Add the curacao, coconut rum, and ginger ale, to a cocktail shaker.
- Shake, shake, shake
- Top with the blue cotton candy, and add a straw. Note, in order for the cotton candy not to dissolve in your glass, you must shape it to sit atop the glass.
- Sit Back and Relax and sip! Yummy!
Oogie Boogie Slime and Worms
Our favorite drink for kids during the Halloween season is the Oogie Boogie drink.
- green glitter gel
- sour apple syrup (optional)
- gummy worms
- green sherbet
- Add two scoops of green sherbet to a glass.
- Top with 1 oz. sour apple syrup if desired, and swirl in the green glitter gel
- Fill glass with 7-up
- Top with gummy worms, and add a straw.
Queen of Hearts Off With Your Head Cocktail
Any evil queen will tell you, that things get less stressy with a smooth drink. And this Campari decked cocktail is perfect for a little bittersweet sip.
- 8 ounces cranberry juice
- 4 ounces orange juice
- 4 ounces of berry-flavored vodka or gin
- 2 ounces Campari
- Crushed ice
- 1 squeeze of lemon juice
- In a cocktail shaker, add cranberry juice, orange juice, vodka/gin, campari, and squeeze of lemon.
- Shake, shake, shake
- Add ice to the shaker, and shake again.
- You can pour, with or without ice into a coupe or old-fashioned glass.
Dr. Facilier’s Black Magic
With friends on the other side, it comes as no surprise that this drink is as black as night. Courtesy of a charcoal powder, you can also mix dabs of food coloring together to get the same fix.
- Squeeze lime juice
- 1 oz. simple syrup
- dash of white edible glitter
- 2 oz. grape juice
- 2 oz. black vodka/ charcoal or mix blue, red, and green food coloring into a vodka to make it black.
- Add lime juice, simple syrup, grape juice and black vodka to a cocktail shaker and shake. If using food coloring, mix beforehand in a measuring cup until the black color is reached, then add to the shaker.
- Pour into a glass and add the white glitter. Stir.
- And enjoy!
Disney Halloween Drinks
And if you’re looking for even more Halloween Drinks for the season, take a look at our favorite Sanderson Sisters Cocktails and Mocktails for the Halloween Season. Using many of the same ingredients, our Hocus Pocus Cocktails match the sisters themselves and are a nice addition if you’re doing any Disney Halloween Party at Home.
Rochelle Mariah is a writer, designer and photographer with an MLIS in Information Science and a B.S. in Arch and Design. Determined to make Planning a DIY Disney Vacation easier she makes lots of lists and drinks lots of coffee. When not designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's watching old movies and planning the holidays. She has been traveling to Disney destinations since 2010.