Note: Actual drink will not have stars and galaxies in it.
Want to make a drink that glows under blacklight to impress all the ladies that won't show up to your next college party? Well you're in luck thanks to this recipe for an Aurora, a
cocktail jungle-juice variation that's pink under regular light, but glows blue under black light. Plus tastes like ass!
Aurora is TCCs black light phosphorescent take on jungle-juice. Originally conceived in 2006, it is a drink that is pink in natural light, but glows aqua-marine in black-light. Thus, it represents the two main colors of the aurora-borealis. So, without further ado here is the recipe. (Originally, the drink was made with just pink-lemonade, but was later modified to use Rose's Mojito Passion).
WHAT YOU NEED
2 liters Gin or Vodka
9 Liters Tonic Water
3-4 Bottles Roses Mojito Passion, OR 3-4 Canisters of Pink-Lemonade Concentrate
Mix all ingredients together shortly before the party begins.
Add ice as late as possible before drinking.
Alternatively, make glowing booze the same way I did when I was in college: adding a tube of highlighter ink to the bottle. Those things are non-toxic, right? Lol, LIKE I CARE.
Thanks to atheistgirl and Wanderer, who don't care if their drinks are glowing or not, as long as they get you drunk. Traditionalists -- I like that.