“This post/recipe originally appeared on my main blog BigBearsWife.com”
Ok, well we’re not really making Whiskey at home haha but we are going to turn that bottle of whiskey into a bottle of homemade cinnamon whiskey by adding two little ingredients.
I know you’ve probably heard the “Love Potion #9” song right? Well this is my Halloween version of Love Potion #9. 😉
Let’s get right into this!
First you’re going to need a whiskey! I picked Jack Daniels for this but go ahead and pick your favorite.
Then you’re going to need a large container, red hot candies, and cinnamon sticks.
Follow the recipe before, wait for a couple of days, shaking every once in a while.
After a few days you’ll have your very own cinnamon whiskey! Now after a few days, give it a try and decide if it’s done or if you want to keep letting it sit with the candy and cinnamon sticks.
If you think it’s ready, just pour the whiskey into another container and throw away any remaining candy and the cinnamon sticks.
I normally keep my Jack Daniels bottle and just pour the cinnamon whiskey back into that bottle when I’m ready.
So of course you can just take shots but I found these little test tubes at Target and thought they would be perfect for this love potion!
Having an adult Halloween Party? How cute would these be at the party! Love it!
Or if you’re not into making your own cinnamon whiskey, you could always just buy fire ball and pour it into the test tubes for a Halloween party favor!
Happy Halloween, Y’all! Get out there and make your own cinnamon whiskey…..eerrr I mean love potion!
Pour the whiskey into a glass jar with a lid. Add candies and cinnamon sticks. Close jar and shake. Place into fridge for 4-6 days**. Shaking once or twice a day. Check taste. Pour whiskey in another bottle and throw away candy and cinnamon sticks. **leave in fridge longer for a stronger flavor.
Pour the whiskey into a glass jar with a lid.
Add candies and cinnamon sticks. Close jar and shake.
Place into fridge for 4-6 days**. Shaking once or twice a day.
Pour whiskey in another bottle and throw away candy and cinnamon sticks.
**leave in fridge longer for a stronger flavor.
Post and Recipe reposted with from my other blog BigBearsWife.com
Angie runs this blog, “Southern Halloween Queen” where she shares her love of Halloween with her own recipes and fun recipes/projects from other Halloween loving bloggers! She also runs her first blog, BigBearsWife.com that’s packed full of Southern recipes, her love of Disney and fun vacation ideas!