How to make a Vampire Kiss Cocktail with Spa Girl for Halloween

Spa Girl Cocktails Vampire Kiss
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Are you ready to get spooky with your Halloween sipping? Have you tried Spa Girl Cocktails yet? Whatever the answer is to either of those questions, it is time for a Vampire Kiss!

With the help of Spa Girl Cocktails, we can get spooky with just a few ingredients and a little creativity. And whether you are enjoying a Halloween get together with friends or spending the night at home watching scary movies, there is nothing wrong with getting your sip on with a little cocktail.

This truly is an easy recipe and perfect for an intimate gathering of Halloween revelers or even you and your couch as you scare yourself with horror movies. The fact that even Spa Girl Cocktails describes the Vampire Kiss as “A cocktail that bleeds into the glass to keep your spooky vibes going throughout all your Halloween festivities,” makes us even more excited to give this recipe a try.

So how do we get our Vampire Kiss on?

Spa Girl Cocktails helps us get spooky with their Vampire Kiss Halloween recipe

What you need:

  • 3 ounces of the Spa Girl Cocktails Cucumber Vodka
  • 1 ounce of ginger simple syrup (the also suggested Domaine de Canton Liqueur)
  • The juice of an average size lemon
  • Raspberry puree
  • 1 blackberry
  • 1 lychee

What to do:

The drink itself is actually quite simple as you need to add your Spa Girl, ginger simple syrup, and the lemon juice to a glass. Stir it all together. Next add the raspberry puree to the edge of the glass on the inside (of course) with either a syringe or a spoon. (This will give the drink the effect of bleeding.)

While your drink is now complete, it is all about the garnish as well. For this you will want to create one or two “eyeballs.” Basically you want to stuff the blackberry into the lychee to create an eye. Either cutting the blackberry in half to make this happen or even using an additional lychee and blackberry (for the second eye). Using a long toothpick, stab through the “eye” and garnish your glass.

It really is that simple. And now, you have the perfect spooky sip for Halloween. Seems like a winner to us. (If we happen to drink this scary cocktail all year long, who can blame us.)

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What do you think Guilty Eaters? Are we ready to get spooked this Halloween? What do you think of the Vampire Kiss? Let us know.