Glowing cocktail

Drinks 55 Last Update: Aug 07, 2021 Created: Aug 07, 2021 0 0 0
Glowing cocktail
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Halloween party glowing cocktail. The neon effect creates a "secret ingredient" in UV illumination. The cocktail can be with or without alcohol.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. For a luminous cocktail, prepare vodka or other strong alcoholic drink, pre-frozen ice cubes and tonic.
  2. You will also need an ultraviolet lamp.
  3. Place the ice first in the glasses.
  4. The proportions are easy to change to your liking. In addition, instead of the classic colorless tonic, flavored, colored ones are suitable - a luminous cocktail can be pink, yellow, green.
  5. It is the tonic (not counting the ultraviolet lamp) that creates the neon effect. The tonic is the very secret and indispensable component of the glowing cocktail.
  6. Glasses with a transparent cocktail in a dark room are transformed by ultraviolet rays.
  7. If the tonic is frozen, the ice cubes will glow in ultraviolet light in the same way as the liquid.

Glowing cocktail



  • Serves: -
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: -
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Easy

Halloween party glowing cocktail. The neon effect creates a "secret ingredient" in UV illumination. The cocktail can be with or without alcohol.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. For a luminous cocktail, prepare vodka or other strong alcoholic drink, pre-frozen ice cubes and tonic.
  2. You will also need an ultraviolet lamp.
  3. Place the ice first in the glasses.
  4. The proportions are easy to change to your liking. In addition, instead of the classic colorless tonic, flavored, colored ones are suitable - a luminous cocktail can be pink, yellow, green.
  5. It is the tonic (not counting the ultraviolet lamp) that creates the neon effect. The tonic is the very secret and indispensable component of the glowing cocktail.
  6. Glasses with a transparent cocktail in a dark room are transformed by ultraviolet rays.
  7. If the tonic is frozen, the ice cubes will glow in ultraviolet light in the same way as the liquid.

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