Top Five Halloween Treats for Adults: Liquid Versions of Your Favorite Candy

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Think you can't drink a Tootsie Roll? Think again. Readers of thatstheSPIRIT.com, the on line guide to Entertaining at Home, recently ranked their favorite "liquid candy" drinks, and the results are in.

Think you can't drink a Tootsie Roll? Think again. Readers of thatstheSPIRIT.com, the on line guide to entertaining at home, recently ranked their favorite "liquid candy" drinks, and the results are in.

The top five drink versions of candy classics are: the Tootsie Roll, the Sweet Tart, the Creamsicle, the M&M, and the After Eight.

"These drinks are surprisingly convincing---they taste just like the real thing," says thatstheSPIRIT co-publisher and mixologist Dave Coulter, who suggests hosting a casual open house on Halloween night, and serving up a tray or two of these simple shooters (all are made with four ingredients or less) to please the big kids in your neighborhood.

In addition to these popular Halloween drink ideas thatstheSPIRIT.com also offers up its annual collection of Creepy sounding libations. Creepy sounding (but not creepy tasting) drinks include the Black Witch or White Witch, the Coffee of the Damned, Blood and Sand, Death in the Afternoon and of course the Bloody Mary.

thatstheSPIRIT.com is a multiple award-winner that most recently was named an Official Honoree of the 2006 Webby Awards, deemed the "Oscars of the Internet" by The New York Times. The site is stocked with hundreds of party ideas and entertaining how-to's, and its database of more than 3,000 cocktail and food recipes is visited each year by more than 1.2 million Canadians who love to entertain at home.

For these liquid candy recipes and others visit: http://www.thatsthespirit.com/en/drinks/articles/candy_for_adults.asp

For more Halloween drink ideas, as well as our feature on how to throw a big Halloween bash, visit http://www.thatstheSPIRIT.com.

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