BLACKLIGHT JELLO SHOTS - Bet you never saw jello shots like these. These blacklight glowing cups of wonder are fun to look at. They're a little bitter because of the quinine in the tonic water, but that's what makes them glow! You could easily swap Gin for the the Vodka, and have something close to a fruity Gin & Tonic. You must have a blacklight for these to glow! It's pretty awesome looking though if you do.

BLACKLIGHT JELLO SHOTS They're a little bitter because of the quinine in the tonic water. You could easily swap Gin for the the Vodka, and have something close to a fruity Gin & Tonic. You must have a blacklight for these to glow.

Edible Glowing Oobleck!  Made with items from your grocery store's food aisle.  Beautiful messy glowing fun!!!!  From Fun at Home with Kids

Edible Glowing Oobleck

THIS REQUIRES A BLACK LIGHT: Edible Glowing Oobleck made from ingredients found in the food section of a grocery store. 1 box of cornstarch // 2 cups Tonic Water with Quinine from Fun at Home with Kids from Fun at Home with Kids

Glow in the Dark ICE Cubes. Mix equal amounts of water and tonic water, then freeze in ice cube tray. They glow under a black light

14 Ways To Take Your Ice Cubes To The Next Level

Glow in the Dark ICE Cubes - Great under the black lights! Mix equal parts Tonic water (that has quinine in the ingredients) with water. Add, additional flavors {lemon, lime, etc. Freeze in ice cubes trays!

Glow in the Dark Food    The secret to glowing food is tonic water (diet tonic water works too).  It contains quinine, and guess what happens when you expose quinine to black light?    fun, right??  So if you mix up a drink (like crystal light lemonade like I’ve done below) and add a little tonic water…  magical glowing beverages!  Pretty cool!

Glow in the Dark Food

Tonic water + black light = glow in the dark food! Tonic water glows under black light. Make jello with tonic water for glowing treats!

The other day at lunch, my friend Anna was telling me about someone she knew who roasted his own coffee beans at home. I made a joke about how ridiculous that was and then remembered that I had a vat…

Quinine Syrup

Infuse bitter cinchona bark with other botanicals to make your own quinine syrup. Top with sparkling water and youve got homemade tonic! Make your own for gin and tonics all summer long!

The trick to a better rum and tonic is all in the quinine syrup, here's how to make it.

How To Make Quinine Syrup For A Better Gin And Tonic

A Gin and Tonic at it's finest! Instead of flat and tasteless tonic water - this is the best Tonic Syrup that you mix with Soda water. I fell in love with this on a recent trip to Charleston SC while enjoying a cocktail at Hanks Seafood Restaurant.

A Gin and Tonic at its finest! Instead of flat and tasteless tonic water - this is the best Tonic Syrup that you mix with Soda water. I fell in love with this on a recent trip to Charleston SC while enjoying a cocktail at Hanks Seafood Restaurant.

Glow in the Dark Cupcakes. Easy, fun and what a WOW factor!!

RECIPE: Glow in the Dark Cupcakes. Easy, fun and what a WOW factor! Halloween Glow-in-the-Dark Spooktacular Halloween Party Decorations & Ideas

glow in the dark ice -- so easy, big effect!

How to Make Glow in the Dark Ice

Mad Scientist Party Drinks Ice cubes or drinks containing tonic water will glow blue under black light.

Glow in the dark juice, jello, giant bubbles and playing with milk - what kid wouldn't love these things?

Glow in the Dark Food

Glow in the dark juice, jello, giant bubbles and playing with milk - glow in the dark jello shots for my glow in the dark partaaaay?

If ¾ of your G&T is the tonic, make sure you use the best.

Award winning tonic water made with the highest quality quinine from the 'fever trees' of the Eastern Congo with a uniquely clean and refreshing taste and aroma.

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