Dracula’s Bloody Mocktail

Dracula’s Bloody Mocktail

This month our Movie Monday theme is Classic Monster Movies. My movie is Dracula. I decided on a simple but fun drink, Dracula’s Bloody Mocktail. When looking for inspiration, blood was clearly the most obvious choice. Vampires drink blood to stay “alive” or rather undead. The lore will vary here, but often the amount of blood that is drank will contribute to the “health” or strength of the vampire. One that doesn’t drink often will be weaker than one that partakes regularly. In some stories the vampires will make drinks using blood or just drink the blood straight from a pretty cocktail glass. This is the inspiration from my drink. 

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Vampires

Vampires are a lot of fun. There are so many books, movies and television shows that involve vampires and so many variations on the vampire lore. Some I really enjoy and others I feel are not quite as fun or aligned with tradition. One piece of lore that is often played with is if vampires can go into the sun. Most of the time the answer is no, they sleep during the day and hunt at night. In Vampire Diaries they created a loop hole by having a witch create a magic ring that allows the vampires to walk in daytime. In Twilight the lore is that the vampires can go out during the day but they sparkle. I must admit, for me, this one was just wrong. In most cases if the vampire is out during daylight, they will burst into flames. This is where my family got that inspired ideas from… I still need to play with this one and develop a recipe I can set on fire. 🙂

Here are some fun movies and television shows that have vampires involved. Some are scary, some are comedies, all are enjoyable in one way or another and expose you to the many varieties of vampire lore.  The list below contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small commission from sales made through those links. Thank you for supporting this blog at no additional cost to you. Please see my full disclosure policy for details.

Dracula’s Bloody Mocktail Recipe

Dracula's Bloody Mocktail

Category: Beverage

Dracula's Bloody Mocktail

Dracula's Bloody Mocktail

Ingredients

  • Cranberry Ginger Ale
  • Mixed Berry Italian Soda
  • Red Gel Icing
  • Ice

Instructions

  1. Add ice to your serving glass.
  2. Cover the rim with red gel icing and add drips of icing down the side of the glass to resemble blood.
  3. Pour 1/3 glass full of Cranberry Ginger Ale.
  4. Fill glass with Mixed Berry Italian Soda.
  5. Stir to combine and serve immediately.
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1 thought on “Dracula’s Bloody Mocktail”

  • Personally I would also add some vodka and change mocktail to cocktail, but regardless, this is perfect! Halloween parties will be that much better with this idea! Love, shared, and pinned!

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