Monday, December 23, 2013

Glow-in-the Dark Aurora Borealis Cocktail Recipe



This is perfect for the Chirstmas or New Eyer's Eve Party, it will actualy glow in the dark.
Ingredients:


2 liters Gin or Vodka
9 Liters Tonic Water
3-4 Bottles Roses Mojito Passion, OR 3-4 Canisters of Pink-Lemonade Concentrate
Ice

Mix all ingredients together shortly before the party begins.
Add ice as late as possible before drinking

8 comments:

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Victoria H said...

No way this glows in the dark, and nothing like the photo.

Crochet Mommie said...

It works under black light

Unknown said...

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Leica 麗香 said...

They do glow in blacklight. Nothing like the photo which is obviously an 'artist's representation'... but the real drink actually does look like aurora.

Destiny Thomas said...

Really awesome under black light, not like the photo, but still a pretty and tasty drink.

Brooke said...

It's the Tonic Water that allows drinks to glow under a blacklight. We put some black light bulbs { found at a dollar store or Halloween outlet } In lamps in every room. Older kids and or adults can navigate in a dim room with black lights strategically set around. Was a lot of fun.

Unknown said...

Sorry, black light is not glow in the dark. How many people actually have black lights at home.

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