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Mix Up Cosmic Cocktails with Gin, Tonic, and a Black Light

by Hazel Chua
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I love the occasional cocktail or two, but I’ve always had to keep it at a minimum. I’ve got my reasons, with the main one being the fact that I turn beet red once I consume even a drop (okay, several drops) of alcohol-laced fluids into my system.

But I doubt I’d be able to contain myself if I came across this cosmic concoction.

Cosmic DrinkAs some people claim, the above is a result of Photoshop and a bit of tweaking. But you really can mix up your own glowing cocktails, with the right recipe and  a black light.

Maybe you can even achieve something similar the otherworldly looking mix in the image if you mix it slowly and shine the black light while you do. This is called the Aurora Jungle-Juice cocktail, and once everything settles down, you’ll end up with something that looks like this:

Aurora Drink

It’s basically a mix of either gin or vodka, tonic water, and Rose’s Mojito Passion or Pink Lemonade concentrate. Then add in some ice, bring your black light, and voila! Awesomeness.

You can check out the recipe here.

[via Incredible Things]




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