From Bram Stoker\u2019s seminal Dracula to Anne Rice\u2019s gothics to TV\u2019s \u201cBuffy,\u201d vampires refuse to die. Now they\u2019ve gotten a shot in the arm from HBO\u2019s \u201cTrue Blood\u201d series and the crazy popular Twilight books and films. Fans of the undead who long to drink like an immortal can sip something perhaps more enticing than blood by filling their chalices with a sanguine soft drink, energy potions, coffee, beer, wine or spirits.\r\n\r\nTied to the eponymous series, Tru Blood\u2014a \u201csynthetic blood nourishment beverage\u201d\u2014is a satiate soft drink made from blood oranges. The snarky ad campaign invites vamps and vampires to \u201cSuck on This.\u201d With a caffeine jolt to wake the dead, Vamp Energy Drink rejuvenates with a potent mixture of taurine, ginseng and guarana. Or fill your veins with Blood Energy Potion, which boasts the scarlet color, consistency and mouthfeel of the real stuff\u2013and is packaged in a plasma IV pouch.\r\n\r\nAfter climbing out of the coffin, Draculas can start the night off with Vampire Coffee (can be purchased online\u00a0at wickedwinesonline.com)\u00a0in a nocturnally dark roast. Later in the evening, sip the blood of the vine from Paso Robles Vampire Vineyard, (also see wickedwinesonline.com)\u00a0\u00a0which produces not only Cabernet, Merlot, Syrah and Zin but ros\u00e9s and whites as well. Beer lovers can take heart: British brewer St. Austell released Bucket of Blood Ale as a Halloween treat.\r\n\r\nTo quench the old blood lust, shake up a few cocktails like Casket Cooler, Gangrene and Blood Drop with RedRum (\u201cmurder\u201d spelled backwards; referencing the classic horror film The Shining), 70-proof tropical flavored rum. Finally, for a really Bloody Mary, shake it up with Vampyre Vodka, an intoxicating, \u201cwickedly smooth\u201d crimson-hued spirit.