Creepy Cocktails: Spooky Stencil Cocktails

Spooky Stencil Cocktails — Halloween is almost here so everyone gear up to make your party drinks really stand out with these Spooky Stencil Cocktails!

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In case you’re looking for one last trick to impress your Halloween guests with, this is it!

Our genius of a friend Robin from Double Trouble is not only sharing a deliciously grey drink recipe, but she’s also sharing her secret for creating these spooky stencil cocktails!

I don’t know about you, but I’d be seriously impressed to sip one of these bad boys at a Halloween party.

I should also note that it may blow your mind with how simple it is to make stencil cocktail toppers.

That or I am just easily impressed when it comes to not-so-well-known-to-me kitchen utensils. Any guesses on what magic tool we used?!

Creepy Cocktails: Spooky stencil cocktails - sugar and cloth

Ingredients Needed To Make Spooky Stencil Cocktails

  • 1-1/2oz Trinidad white rum
  • 3/4oz creme de violette
  • 1/2oz fresh lemon juice
  • 1/4oz simple syrup
  • 1 fresh egg white

Creepy Cocktails: Spooky stencil cocktails - sugar and cloth

How To Make Spooky Stencil Cocktails

Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker, and shake hard with plenty of ice until very cold. 

Strain into large coupe until cocktail level reaches just under the rim of the glass.

Creepy Cocktails: Spooky stencil cocktails - sugar and cloth

Materials And Ingredients Needed To Make The Stencil Garnish

Creepy Cocktails: Spooky stencil cocktails - sugar and cloth

How To Make The Stencil Garnish

Lay the stencil on top of cocktail.

Fill the Misto with a bit of Angostura bitters, and pump several times then gently spray from a few inches away.

Remove stencil cut-out and serve immediately.

Creepy Cocktails: Spooky stencil cocktails - sugar and cloth

That’s right, my friends! Turns out olive oil sprayers can also double as a Halloween must-have you never knew you needed, ha!

Not bad for how impressive these look, am I right?! Now I’m just trying to see what else I can use a Misto to put an edible stencil on…

And a big thanks to Robin for being our go-to cocktail connoisseur!

Creepy Cocktails: Spooky stencil cocktails - sugar and cloth

 

6 thoughts on “Creepy Cocktails: Spooky Stencil Cocktails”

  1. I never would have thought to use a stencil–now I’m thinking of all the different ways to use one. And those glasses are incredible!

    I actually made my own creepy cocktails earlier this week– http://www.alexandra-adams.com/2015/10/26/creepy-cocktails/

    Love it!

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