How to Make Ghoulish Glowing Drinks

glowing drinksDid you know that you can make drinks that glow in the dark simply by adding Tonic Water?

A substance called quinine makes tonic water fluoresce under black light.

We made our potable potions with ginger ale, sour apple flavouring, and tonic water.

Tonic water has a grapefruit-like bitterness, so if you are sensitive to bitterness, then you might not be crazy about the taste of these drinks. Emily didn’t mind the taste:

You will need:

  • 1/3 to 1/2 cup of Tonic Water
  • 2/3 cup of ginger ale
  • 1/8 cup sour apple flavoring or flavor of your choice (you could also use grenadine)

Give it a stir and drink if you dare!

loom love glowing potions

 

 

 

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65 thoughts on “How to Make Ghoulish Glowing Drinks

  1. Hermione Granger says:

    Cool! I already know how to make this though, I was looking forward to a RL tutorial 🙁 oh well 🙂 First comment!

  2. shortleaf says:

    1st comment! This is a really cool idea. I am really liking all of your new craft tutorials Loom Love! Keep up the good work!

  3. Looming101 says:

    These are awesome!
    By the way I think you guys would do really well doing knitting or stitching something like that, just a suggestion.
    Also, could you try some more of tutorialbyas bracelets like the French braid or the reversible something like that.
    Keep up the good work!:)

  4. Ginny WEasley says:

    Awesome! We’re having a hallaween ( i think I spelt that wrong) party and mum is frequently searching the ipad for spooky food and she’s gonna love this! Thanks loomlove!

  5. jenny says:

    Got to try this. You 2 are funny! You should have thrown in some eyeballs,bats or spiders into your “witches brew” ….. These crafts etc are definitely good fun and make a change from the “serious loom tutorials” … Keep up the good work! Big thumbs up here!!!!!

  6. Annabeth Chase says:

    This would be cool for Halloween parties! There is one at my friend’s house – I’ll surely try it out! thanks for this awesome idea loomlove, i love the craft series! (although i am missing some rainbow loom)

  7. Over the Rainbow with Sophie says:

    I’m a bit of a geek; but I love theatre and I know that the “Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble” line is from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”, A.K.A. “The Scottish Play.” I love your new craft series, LoomLove! Keep it up! 😀

  8. @k.atnisseverdeen instagram :) says:

    Hi LoomLove,
    I saw that some people have been getting a little annoyed that you’re doing draft tutorials. My opinion on that is that, well they don’t run the site. You guys do and that so you do what you want. This is your site; you’ve poured hours into recording videos, writing posts, taking pictures. I understand trying to please people; you want your fans to be happy. But remember that so long as you’re happy that your true fans will be happy too.

  9. The Next Step says:

    Yes I agree with @k.atnisseverdeen instagram. The crafts are really cool! I like them both, even though I haven’t done them yet 🙂

  10. Emz says:

    Hi wasn’t there a video on this page? I checked on the first day it was posted and there was a video which i found really helpful 🙂 Where did it go?
    Anyway I LOVE craft! i’m so glad you are doing tutorials I just came up with a pom pom garland!
    🙂

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