What is Halloween without spooky cocktails? This purple witches brew cocktail is perfect for this time around. Halloween is just way more fun with fun cocktails.
This witch cocktail is made with a handful of ingredients and it is perfect for kids because it is non-alcoholic. It is mainly made from blueberries and blackberries which gave this drink such a beautiful color.
If you are planning a spooky Halloween party, you just can't miss this drink!
WHY YOU WILL LOVE THIS WITCHES BREW COCKTAIL
- Vegan – This witches brew is perfect for your vegan friends or family members! But this drink is suitable for everyone, not only for vegans/vegetarians.
- Gluten-free – This Halloween drink is naturally gluten-free.
- Easy to make – The full recipe is so easy and simple!
- Fruity - This drink is made with blackberries and blueberries so it is sweet, tangy, and refreshing.
- 100% delicious
- powdered sugar
- blueberry juice + few drops of purple food coloring
- Kinley rosé
POSSIBLE INGREDIENT SUBSTITUTIONS
This recipe is easily customizable. Here are some ideas:
- You can replace powdered sugar with any powdered sweetener.
- Blueberry juice can be replaced with any purple juice of your choice.
This drink is made out of 3 layers. The first layer of thicker and is made out of blueberry and blackberry puree. The next layer is blackberry juice with some purple food coloring and the last layer is a splash of Kinley rosé. This combination created such a beautiful ombre drink.
Step 1: In a small saucepan add blackberries and blueberries. Bring them to a boil and cook for about 5 minutes or until the berries are soft. Next, strain them through a sifter. Now, we have a beautifully smooth puree, that we need to sweeten up. Berries are tangier, especially when cooked, so you need to add some type of sweetener to this mixture. I used traditional powdered sugar but feel free to add whatever sweetener you like.
Set this berry puree aside and cool it down before moving on to the next step.
Step 2: This is a serving step. Now we can create our witch potion drink. The very first layer is our berry puree. Just add a few tablespoons. Next, add ice cubes and blackberry juice combined with purple food coloring. The very last step is to add a little bit of rosé Kinley. Add only a few tablespoons because the Kinley will change the purple color to pink. This way we can achieve such a beautiful ombre color.
Serve this witches brew drink with fresh rosemary or edible flowers.
I don't recommend storing this beverage. It is best consumed within the first few hours!
Can I use frozen berries in this cocktail?
Of course. YOu can use fresh or frozen berries. It doesn't matter.
What can I use instead of Kinley rosé?
You have many options. If you want to have a kid-friendly recipe, you can just use soda or sprite.
But for an adult version, you can use sparkling rosé or champagne.
MORE HALLOWEEN DRINK RECIPES:
Witches brew cocktail
- 1/2 cup blackberries
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1/3 cup powdered sugar
- 1 cup blueberry juice + few drops of purple food coloring
- 1/2 cup Kinley rosé
- 2 cups ice cubes
- 4 rosemary sticks
- In a small saucepan cook blackberries and blueberries for about 5 minutes or until soft and mushy.
- Next, strain the mixture through a sifter so the consistency is extra smooth. Into the puree add sugar and combine. Set it aside and cool down before moving on to the next step.
- Into tall glasses add 2 tbsp of blackberry and blueberry puree, then add ice cubes to the top of the glasses. Next, add blackberry juice to the three fourth of the glass and finish with a few tablespoons of Kinley rosé.
- Serve with fresh rosemary sticks. Enjoy!