Halloween is just around the corner. Are you prepared to theme up your place or kitchen with the best Halloween stuff (whether it be decor or cooking)? Here are a few drink recipes to set the mood for this spooky season. Got your tools, ice, and ingredients? Let's start mixin'!

The Bloody Mummy (original source)
Ingredients:
2 c Tomato Juice (low sodium)
1½ tsp Wasabi Paste
2 tsp Soy Sauce
1 tsp Shichimi Togarashi
2-3 tbsp Lemon Juice
5 oz Vodka/Gin
String Cheese
Rim – Celery Salt
Garnish – Celery Stalks, Pickled Green Beans, Carrot Sticks
How To:
Start by rimming your glass with celery salt. Then in a large pitcher combine the wasabi paste, soy sauce, shichimi and lemon juice and whisk them together until they’re all combined. Next, stir in the tomato juice and stir until mixed. Use the string cheese to line the inside of the glass and add ice and add the vodka and top off with the wasabi-tomato juice concoction. For the final touch, add the garnishes and enjoy.

Washington Appletini (original source)
Ingredients:
2 oz Crown Royal Whiskey
1 oz Sour Apple Pucker
3 oz Cran-Apple Juice
Garnish – Apple Slice
How To:
In a shaker with ice combine the ingredients, minus the garnish, and shake well. Then strain into a glass with crushed ice and finalize it with the garnish.

Witches Brew Halloween Cocktail (original source)
Ingredients:
2½ oz Midori Melon Liqueur
2½ oz Lemon&Lime Soda (i.e. Sprite)
2½ oz Orange Juice
How To:
Combine the ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake well, then strain into a chilled glass.

Jack-O-Lantern Cocktail (original source)
Ingredients:
1 oz Light Rum
1 oz Dark Rum
1 oz 151
1 oz Cointreau Orange Liqueur
3 oz Orange Juice
1½ oz Lemonade
¼ oz Grenadine
Garnish – Orange Wheel
How To:
Add the ingredients, minus the garnish, into a shaker with ice and shake well. Then strain the mixture into a Halloween themed glass and add the garnish.

All, if not most, of these drink ingredients can be found at your local liquor store. Townsquare Media and KIXS 108 do not condone underage drinking and encourage you to drink responsibly. Have a safe and fun weekend!