Lychee eyeballs, anyone? Stuff the soapberry with blackberries for a very...ocular appearance and use to garnish the cherry juice, syrup, vodka (or rum!) and orange juice combination. Recipe here!
Whether you use straight black vodka or simply add some food coloring, this simple cocktail is mixed with sparkling cranberry juice and poured over ice. Recipe here!
Dry ice is your best friend when it comes to making Halloween cocktails. Mix this one using Chambord Liqueur (it's raspberry-flavored) and vodka with some lemonade for sweetness. You'll need food coloring again to really sell it, but instead of black, combine red and green. Oooh. Recipe here!
Melon liqueur and lemon-lime soda blend to create the eeky green color of this cocktail. Add some orange juice and use black sanding sugar to line the rim. Recipe here!
A take on Bloody Mary, this drink comes out green as an ogre but with enough vodka to really sell you on it. Recipe here!
Forget Hyde -- the gin is where it's at with this color-changing cocktail. It'll come out a coral color when you mix it, but leave it under a blacklight for the glow. Recipe here!
Don't let the red and green combo fool you -- this is a creepy-crawly cocktail. Recipe here!
Red, blue and green food coloring blend to create the spooky color of this margarita, plus the black sanding sugar suits the rim just fine. The rest is a typical margarita: tequila, triple sec and lime juice. Recipe here!