When Halloween time comes around to this cat-infested city, the students of Georgia Southern go from dumb drunks, to even dumber drunks in costumes. It’s quite entertaining.
There is always something going on, whether it’s a house party or costume competitions at the bars. No matter what you do, you won’t be disappointed by being in Statesboro Halloween weekend.
So, if you’re hosting out of town guests, plan on having a pregame, or maybe just want to stay in and watch Hocus Pocus on repeat, you must keep the festivities going.
Below are 4 spooky cocktails sure to wow your guests and blur your memory. Keep in mind, these are recipes for normal people. Not Statesboro students with alcohol tolerance of a 300-pound man. Feel free to up the alcohol content.
Warning: You may start to see ghosts after putting down a few of these, but don’t sweat it. Maybe it’s real, maybe it’s not.
Black Magic Margaritas
SugarIce2 oz. silver tequila1 oz. triple sec¼ c. lime juiceRed, blue and green food coloringLimes slices
Mix sugar and green food coloring. Rim the glass with the green sugar and a lime slice.Pour in the tequila, triple sec, and lime juice. Stir. Add red, blue and green food coloring until you reach your desired black color.Add ice and a lime slice garnish.
Jekyll & Gin Glowing Cocktails
3 oz. Gin½ oz. lemon juice1 tsp. grenadineTonic waterIce
Mix gin, lemon juice, and grenadine in a cocktail shaker (or between two red solo cups); pour into a tall glass filled with ice.Top with tonic water. Garnish with a glow stick (optional, but cool).
Vampire Kiss Martini
1-part raspberry liqueur1-part vodka1-part champagne (hellooooo André)Black licorice, wax teeth or some other scary object, and/or blood orange slice.
In a chilled martini glass, layer raspberry liqueur, vodka, and champagne.Garnish with black licorice, wax teeth or other scary objects, or a blood orange slice.
Ingredients (serves 3)
1 ½ oz. mandarin vodka½ oz. sour apple mix½ oz. lime juice4 oz. gingerale2 drops green food coloring
Mix all the ingredients in a shaker (or between two red solo cups) over ice. Serve in some spooky glasses.
* Must be 21 and older to drink. Photos and recipes come from your favorite Facebook video creators, Delish.