Celebrate fall with a seasonally spooky tea party featuring blood-red tea, creepy table settings, and more.

By Charlie Heller
September 26, 2017
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It's almost October, which means a few things. First, it's officially fall, so start converting your iced coffees and teas to their hotter varieties. And second? Things are about to get very spooky, thanks to the rapidly approaching Halloween holiday.

With so many hauntingly fun festivities just around the corner, what better way to ring in the new season than a Halloween tea party? From blood-red tea and skull-inspired mugs to tools for baking the most gothic-shaped cakes you'll ever see, here are nine things you need to throw your own Halloween tea party.

South African Rooibos

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Also known as red tea, Rooibos is the most bloody looking thing you can serve. And if you're planning your party at night, it's caffeine free.

Davidson's Organic South African Rooibos, $14 on .com

Pumpkin Spice Black Tea

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For a more caffeinated option, the flavor is obvious: pumpkin spice black tea. Just add milk to achieve a flavor not unlike pumpkin pie.

The Republic Of Tea Pumpkin Spice Black Tea (50 tea bags), $17 on .com

Skull Tea Infuser

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When you're making your Halloween tea, there's no excuse not to use an infuser shaped like a skull. If you get one for each guest, they'll double as a great Halloween Tea Party favor.

Fred Tea Bones Skull Tea Infuser, $13 from .com

The Nightmare Before Christmas "Zero" Teapot