Zombie Cocktail was very first prepared in the late 1930’s by the founding father of tiki restaurants, bars and nightclubs, the very famous Donn Beach. However, this amazing drink gained fame later on at the 1939 New York World's Fair. This tropical summer drink has the potential to charge your taste buds with its simple but refreshing ingredients.This amazing drink is preferably enjoyed for well-known occasions like Day of the Dead, Halloween, and some of the celebrated Zombie parties…
Zombie Brains Shots: This ghoulish alcoholic cocktail drink is a nod to the traditional orange and black decorations of Halloween. The cocktail is poured into shot glass rimmed with a wreath of our Halloween blend of sparkling sugar and is made with fresh kiwis and vodka. Fun for Halloween wedding signature drinks, too! Click on the link to get the recipe and get a DIY tutorial on how to sugar rim your glasses at http://try.dellcovespices.com via @dellcovespices
Zombie Cocktail Like zombies themselves, this cocktail packs a powerful punch thanks to apricot brandy and three types of rum: light, dark and high-proof Bacardi 151. Grenadine and orange juice give the drink its lovely pumpkin hue. A few of these and you may indeed feel like the walking dead the next day.
It’s a Graveyard Smash! ~ This Halloween, treat yourself and friends to this wildly wicked cocktail created in the mold of the classic tropical Zombie Cocktail but with an autumnal and bloody twist. Blood orange, cranberry and pomegranate juices along with blood orange liqueur make for a euphoric rum sip. Your party guests will rave! | holiday cocktail recipe