Celebrity Style Favorite: Deathly Hallows Cocktail

Halloween Cocktails

Halloween Cocktails

Celebrities know who to do it throw a great Halloween party (I’m looking at you Cindy Crawford and Heidi Klum) and treat their guests like the A-List friends they are, so why can’t you? It’s Halloween week so, why not treat yourself and your style savvy friends to a Deathly Hallows Cocktail?

What is a Deathly Hallows Cocktail? It’s a mix some of my autumn favorites. A splash of cranberry juice, a little tequila, a dash of orange liquor, lemon juice for warmth, maple for sweetness, and topped off with ginger beer. This is sweet, smoky, and all things cozy, but also gives off the spookiest of Halloween vibes. To give the drink a little smokiness, finish each drink off with a sprig of fresh thyme that can then lit on fire. It’s mostly just fun for presentation, but it does infuse the drink with hints of fresh thyme, which is perfectly paired with the cranberry.

Also, if you aren’t into cranberry flavors, pomegranate or blackberry juice (just mash up a few blackberries) would both be great in its place.

I’m really hoping to have put you guys into the Halloween spirit!

the deathly hallows cocktail
by half baked harvest
COURSE: drinks
CUISINE: american
KEYWORD: easy cocktail, halloween cocktail, mezcal cocktail
The Deathly Hallows Cocktail is a simple mix of cranberry juice, Mezcal, orange liquor, lemon juice, maple, and ginger beer. It’s sweet, smoky, and all things cozy, but also gives off the spookiest of Halloween vibes.

prep time 5 minutes
total time 5 minutes
servings 1 drink
calories 240 kcal

1 1/2 – 2 ounces silver tequila or Mezcal
2 1/2 ounces cranberry juice
1/2 ounce orange liquor
1/2 ounce lemon juice
1 tablespoon real maple syrup
ginger beer, for topping
fresh thyme, for garnish


1. In a large pitcher, combine the tequila, cranberry juice, orange liquor, lemon juice, and maple. Chill until ready to serve.

2. Top with ginger beer just before serving.

And with that…I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.

ps. the glasses are from Pottery Barn, listed below and some other options I love: