Halloween is a popular time for those so inclined to don a creative costume and whip up some interesting drinks, and it’s always my favourite time of year to throw a party.
Hosting a murder mystery party is so much fun. It’s up to you just how far you jump into the theme. Once I ran out of time prepping a Murder on the Orient Express party and ended up serving White Russians in red beer pong cups – but if you have time to think about it, it can make a lovely touch. Here are some menu suggestions for a murder mystery party. As you can tell we like champagne here!
Classic country manor party like (Murder at Stackallen Castle):
Champagne/ Martini/ Wine
French onion soup
Roast beef with honey-roast carrots, roast potatoes, creamed spinach, Yorkshire puddings
Creme brulee chocolate pots
Irish Writer’s Literary Supper (Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!)
Black Velvet (Champagne and Guinness cocktail)
Smoked salmon and cream cheese on soda bread
Beef and Guinness stew
Bread and butter pudding
Hen Party (like Happily Never After)
Assam and Earl Grey Teas; Champagne, Creme de menthe, Pimms Cup, Aperol Spritz
Classic Afternoon Tea
Handcut finger sandwiches: Ham and mustard; egg and watercress, Coronation chicken
Scones: With clotted cream, butter and a selection of jams
Fresh pastries: Mini-Battenburg cakes, chocolate ganache tart, Rosewater meringue, macarons
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