Creep your friends out with a fruity Beetlejuice Cocktail this Halloween! It will have everyone yelling Betelgeuse! Betelgeuse! Betelgeuse!
I loved watching Beetlejuice as a kid and now my boys are completely obsessed with it. So you can imagine how super excited I was when I came across this drink.
The colors might not look all that enticing, but this sweet and fruity drink is the total opposite of how it looks. It’s one of my favorite Halloween cocktails to scare up some fun with all the guys and ghouls!
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This vodka cocktail is loaded with fruity liqueurs that’ll have everyone asking for another round. The combination of Midori, Chambord, blue curaçao, and sweet & sour give this drink a bright Beetlejuice green color. Then we add some cranberry to creep it up!
If you’re familiar with your color wheel, you’ll remember green and red make brown. That color combo stirred together gives this drink a creepy greenish-brown color. Totally awesome for a Halloween party! (Or if you like the layers, float the cranberry juice on top and don’t mix it in.)
So “let’s turn on the juice and see what shakes loose.” The ghost with the most knows what he’s talking about people!
Be sure to serve this drink with a black & white striped straw…so the sandworms feel the love too. And if you have a glass obsession like I do, snag these Skull Double Old Fashioned Glasses from World Market.
If you want to know what some total strangers think about this recipe, check out the 2019 Halloween episode of The Drunk Mormon Podcast! They made this Beetlejuice Cocktail to throwback during this show. (The whole episode is great, but they get to talking about this drink around 5 ins and 40 seconds in.)
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- 1 ounce vodka
- ½ ounce melon liqueur (like Midori)
- ½ ounce raspberry liqueur (like Chambord)
- ½ ounce blue curacao
- 2 ounces sweet and sour
- 1 ½ ounces cranberry juice
- Fill a double old-fashioned glass with ice. To the glass add the vodka, melon liqueur, raspberry liqueur, blue curaçao, and sweet & sour. The drink should be a really pretty green color. Pour the cranberry juice on top of the drink. You can let the juice float or stir it in for a creepy color change.
- Serve with black & white striped straws and say Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.