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7 Ghoulishly Good Kraken Rum Cocktails

Updated: Oct 6, 2020

For centuries, Scandinavian sailors spoke with dread of the Kraken - a legendary sea monster that swam the ocean off Norway and Greenland and would drag entire ships under the waters.

Thankfully, we're fairly safe here in landlocked Edmonton, but it makes for some good Halloween horror chills up your spine. Sit back and relish the spookiness with one of these Kraken Rum cocktails!


Kraken and Cola

1 part Kraken® Original

3 parts Cola

Lime wedge


Combine all ingredients in a glass filled with ice. Stir to mix and enjoy!

The Buttery Kraken

1 part Kraken® Original

1 part butterscotch schnapps

Splash of Cola


Combine all ingredients in a glass filled with ice. Stir to mix and enjoy.

The Bloody Limb

1 part Kraken® Original

1/2 part sweet vermouth

1/2 part Cherry Heering

1/4 part lemon Juice

Top with orange soda


Combine all ingredients in a Collins glass. Add ice and top with blood orange soda. Garnish with a blood orange wheel.

Black Mojito

2 parts Kraken® Original

2 lime slices

Muddled mint leaves

1 tbsp. sugar

Top with soda


In a Collins glass, add mint leaves sugar and lime, muddle together. Add ice and Kraken®, then top with soda.

Coconut White Krussian

1 part Kraken® Original
1 part coconut tequila
1 part half-and-half milk or coconut milk


Add all ingredients to a rocks glass with ice; garnish with grated nutmeg.


1 part Kraken® Original

1/2 parts brown sugar and clove syrup*

1/4 parts allspice dram

1 tbsp. canned pumpkin pie filling

Top with hot water


Combine ingredients in a Glass Coffee Mug, top with hot water and stir. Garnish with grated cinnamon. *Syrup: 1:1 brown sugar to water. Simmer with a handful of cloves for 10 minutes. Strain and allow to cool.

The Kramble

1 3/4 parts Kraken® Black Label

1/2 parts crème de cassis

1/4 parts lemon juice

4 – 5 muddled blackberries


Muddle Blackberries in the bottom of a large rocks glass. Combine all other ingredients into a shaker tin with crushed ice. Dump on top of the muddled Blackberries. Top with more crushed ice. Garnish with more Blackberries.

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