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Spooky Halloween Witch’s Brew Cocktail

Spooky Halloween Witch’s Brew Cocktail

Happy Halloweekend! Looking to brew up a special potion to celebrate? Tomorrow is the perfect night to dust off your cauldron and follow this original cocktail recipe, courtesy of our spooky friends Gavin + Karen of @coupleinthekitchen. Halloween is sure to be extra eerie this year, as tomorrow’s Blue Moon is the first full moon to occur on the holiday in 76 years. We’re getting chills just thinking about it! So if you’re planning on hunkering down until the supernatural night passes or celebrate until the sun rises with your closest friends, be sure to add this cocktail to your super sweet menu.

The key ingredient to this witchy brew is Purecane™ Packets; one packet is about as sweet as 1 teaspoon of sugar. They’re all-natural, gluten-free, zero-calories, keto-friendly, and comply with diabetic and prediabetic diets. AND, the gift this spooky cocktail gives all season long; simply ditch the dry ice and Halloween costume and you have a killer (no pun intended) fall cocktail that you can enjoy on any occasion!

Planning on trying this recipe at home this weekend? Snap a pic of your cocktail and costume combo and tag @purecane! We hope you have a fun, safe, and extra sweet Halloween!

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Makes 1 Cocktail

  • 1 Purecane™ Packet
  • 2 oz vodka
  • 1oz Orange liquor
  • 4 oz pom juice
  • 3 shakes cranberry bitters
  • Squeeze of lemon


Special effects:

  1. To make your cocktail sparkle add edible glitter
  2. Dry ice for the cloudy effects*

*Safety Note About Dry Ice in Drinks: You can absolutely use dry ice in cocktails to make them extra festive and spooky, it will sink to the bottom and won’t harm the drink in any way. In fact, it’ll likely be the most (literally) chilling cocktail ever! However, don’t consume the dry ice in its solid form. Once it’s done smoking, you’ll know the dry ice is 100% gone.