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Black Light Lemonade

Black Light Lemonade
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This easy, spooky drink is sure to be a hit at your Halloween party! A few years ago, I saw that someone had served tonic water at a Halloween party and it glowed under black lights (sadly, I have no idea where I saw that so I can’t give anyone the credit). The problem is that I think tonic water is nasty. I did something simple that made it taste a lot better and it still glows! I have served this at my husband’s school’s Spooktacular for the past 2 years and it has been a huge money maker for his classroom. We called it “Liquid Ghost Drink”.
Here’s what you need…
*Lemonade mix (Any drink mix will work)
The instructions are pretty easy. Refrigerate your tonic water so that it is nice and cold to serve. You won’t want to put ice in it because it will dilute it. Put tonic water in a pitcher or punch bowl. Stir in drink mix. Serve to your guests!
So easy, right?! It will be the hit of your party!

Kathy Hansen

Wednesday 7th of August 2019

What ratios of tonic water to flavor do you use for a large group of people? (A large punch bowl?)

Ya girl

Monday 15th of October 2018

The lemonade was good but soooooo bitter, we had to add a bunch of sugar to make it tolerable! Cool in theory and it looked fantastic though!

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Mike

Monday 1st of May 2017

There are other drinks that glow under blacklights:

Yellow = drinks with vitamin B like energy drinks or add a little vitamin B to any clear drink, Blue = tonic water of course, Purple = Tonic + a touch of Cranberry Juice, Green = Yellow (vitamin B) + a few drops of blue food coloring, White = Milk drinks.

Experiment.