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We have had a few Bars tell us about some cool Halloween Drink ideas they were running and the one I thought was the best (easy and cheap to make, and makes good sense) is simply getting a bag of Gummy Worms and place one in a cup when you are pouring the liquid Jello Shot in it.
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Anyone have any other quick and good ones?
 

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I actually put the gummy worms in the jello shot cups, added vodka, put the lid on and let them set in the fridge for about 4-5 days. They soak up all the vodka and get plump and juicy and they tasted pretty good. I'm going to call them octopus tentacles for my pirate party.
 

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Last year, my daughter and her friends did something similar. She took gummy bears and put them in a jar and filled it with coconut rum. After they soaked up the rum, she dumped them on a platter and served them with the sword shaped party picks and called them "rummy bears". Not bad at all, and I hate gummy candy.
 

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I actually put the gummy worms in the jello shot cups, added vodka, put the lid on and let them set in the fridge for about 4-5 days. They soak up all the vodka and get plump and juicy and they tasted pretty good. I'm going to call them octopus tentacles for my pirate party.
I did that to and my sister who is picky about what she drinks loved them.
 

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I have served the gummy worm jello shots to my guests the past two years and they were a huge hit. This year I am making covered cherry jello shots, made with cherry Jello, creme de cacao (chocolate!), vodka, and maraschino cherries that have been soaked in white rum for at least 24 hours. After the jello shots firm, you can add a layer of Magic Shell chocolate topping and even a squirt of whip cream if you want. Let's just say, I'm really, really looking forward to slurping these down!
 

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I did the gummy worms soaked in vodka last year and they were a hit, but I love the rummy worms idea, too funny!! I made candycorn vodka the last couple of years for our ice shot block and it always is gone. Last year I made skittles vodka for the shot block and it was a huge hit!! You can find the recipe online, but basically you just separate the colors of the skittles and soak each color in vodka and then drain. It makes the brightest colored vodka and tastes just like skittles, very dangerous when doing shots on the shot block. I put each color in it's own glass bottle and made labeled them, Skittles Vodka...Taste the Rainbow. Everyone loved it. Jello shots are always a big hit. I use tequila with lime jello, and then orange and grape with vodka.
 

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The last couple of years the guy carved it into the shape of a tombstone and carved RIP in it. The shot block is always the hit of our party. We use a man that has an ice carving company. He doesn't do many of the old style luges like we use. Mostly he does fancy designs for corporate events and weddings. The two luges are carved in the top of the ice block. One person is the "driver" of the shot block (we made our on stand) and ask the drinkers what shot they would like. He then pours each shot down the luge and the recipient enjoys and ice cold shot. It def. is messy and needs to be outside on a driveway because as the ice melts it makes a mess. You probably can find some one who does ice by googling it and your city. Good luck, let me know if you have any questions! Happy Halloween!!
 
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