Other

Glow-In-The-Dark Apple Cider Cocktails

Glow-In-The-Dark Apple Cider Cocktails


We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

Tonic water and a black light let these yummy drinks literally glow for your guests!MORE+LESS-

Cinnamon sticks (for garnish)

Hide Images

  • 1

    Stir ingredients together and serve garnished with a cinnamon stick.

  • 2

    Set drink under a black light to make it glow. (The tonic water shows up blue under a black light -- super cool!)

No nutrition information available for this recipe

More About This Recipe

  • There are two safe ways to make your cocktails glow-in-the-dark.You can use a black light to bring out an eerie glow in appropriately colored beverages or you pick up light-up ice cubes or glow sticks that are made to be used in beverages. What you SHOULD NOT do is take any old glow stick and drop it in your glass – that’s just not safe (and let’s be honest – do you know where that thing has been?) Gross!There’s one secret you need to know for most of your glow-in-the-dark cocktail needs is that the quinine in tonic water glows bright under a black light. Here are more spook-tacular glow-in-the-dark drink tips and recipes for Halloween cocktails.Glow-in-the-Dark Apple Cider Cocktail: Go fruity and blend rum, tonic water and apple cider. Add a black light and you’ve got Glow-in-the-Dark Apple Cider Cocktail.Glow-in-the-Dark G&T: Since tonic water glows, this means that the easiest glow-in-the-dark beverages may be ones you’ve probably enjoyed dozens of times -- a simple gin and tonic. Mix three parts tonic water with one part gin in a highball glass with ice, throw on a lime garnish, flick on the black light and watch your beverage glow.Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cubes: You can make any clear beverage glow in the dark by making your ice-cube with tonic water. This is great for folks who don’t drink alcohol (a.k.a. the kids) who may want to see their beverage light up along with the boozier ones in the room. Fill your ice trays half with tonic water and half with distilled water (if you do all tonic, the cubes will melt way too fast). When the cubes are done, drop them in that drink and prepare for some illuminated action. Oh, and if you really want to be creepy, you can make those glowing orbs look like eyeballs by using ice ball molds like the one in the Glow-in-the-Dark Eyeball Jelly Shots recipe.
  • Hate Tonic Water? Try a White Russian or a White Russian Float: What if you hate tonic water (or are allergic to quinine)? You can get into the glowing action with some standard cream-based cocktails. Of course these drinks are white, which means they’ll give off that special hue once the black light hits them. The easiest is surely the old-school White Russian, a blend of equal parts vodka, Kahlua and cream served in a rocks glass over ice. Or make it a dessert and try the White Russian Float. The Kahlua does give it a little bit of brown coloring, but it doesn’t drown out the luminescence once that black light is flicked on.If you want to go all out – throw those light up ice cubes into a glass of gin and tonic and turn on the black light. Now that’s a beverage for a proper Halloween toast.

The Best Apple Cider Vodka Cocktail Recipes For You

Apple cider is the taste of fall. It is the perfect companion to a crisp and cool autumnal day, whether you drink it hot or cold. This fall, don’t just drink your apple cider on its own – make it into a cocktail! If you’re looking for a drink to serve at your fall party, try one of these delicious apple cider vodka cocktails.


25 BOO-zy Halloween Cocktail Recipes to Get You Turnt

If there's one day a year that you can guarantee your drinks will be gaudy and over-the-top, it's October 31. Halloween cocktails run the gamut from chic spider web martinis to seriously gross-looking (but tasty) fake-blood-infused tonics. When you're not entertaining yourself with baking, play mixologist and try out one of these ghoulish cocktails. Put on a classic horror film and scroll your way through the goriest, spookiest, and most delicious cocktail recipes we could round up. Happy Boo-zing!

Cranberry Is the New Black Cocktail: Did you know that black vodka exists? Well, it does, and this spooky alcohol goes effortlessly into this sparkling cranberry drink. (via Brit + Co)

Apple Butter Old Fashioned: Put your fall stock of apple butter to good use in this Old Fashioned. The tart-sweet apple flavor mellows out bourbon's fiery bite for smooth sipping all night long. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Apple Cide-Car: This spin on the classic Sidecar cocktail is like the grown up (and tastier) version of bobbing for apples. You can serve hot or cold, depending on your preference. (via Brit + Co)

Prosecco Punch with Cranberry and Orange : Tangy cranberry and sweet orange set this prosecco punch apart and give it a festive harvest flair. (via Chattavore)

Ghostly Halloween Cocktail: Turn your cocktail a ghoulish hue by mixing red and green food coloring with Chambord. Dry ice added before serving makes the drink smoke like a potion. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball Martinis: Make your guests squirm with this ingenious Halloween hack. Stuff Spanish olives into cocktail onions, and they look just like eyeballs, ready to grace your glass with gross. (via Sprinkles & Sprouts)

Blood Bones Cocktail: This campy cocktail is something your guests will be talking about all night. Prep your Jello bones ahead of time, and there's no need for any other garnish. (via Brit + Co)

Death Eater Negroni: This moody take on the Negroni is the drink your Harry Potter theme party needs. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Hallowine Sangria: Here's a sweet sangria to add to your spooktacular holiday list. It's made with Cabernet Sauvignon, sugar, orange juice, orange liqueur, and club soda. (via The Seasoned Mom)

Haunted Orchard Cocktail: A mysterious rustling noise in the orchard. a mist creeping in between the trees. it sounds like after your apple picking adventure, you could use a drink! (via Half Baked Harvest)

Glow-in-the-Dark Infected Brain Cocktail: If you're into the blood and gore of The Walking Dead or 28 Days Later, this bright concoction may be right up your alley. Thanks to tonic water, this whole drink glows in the dark, so serve it when the lights go out. (via Boulder Locavore)

Magic Cotton Candy Martini: Impress your friends with an alcoholic magic trick by playing magician mixologist at your party. Pour shaken grape juice and vanilla vodka over cotton candy, and watch it dissolve into a delicious syrup to sweeten your drink. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Pomegranate Cider Mimosas With Salted Caramel Rim: Start your Halloween celebration early by serving up these pomegranate cider mimosas. Of course, it wouldn't be trick-or-treating season without adding some candy to the mix with the salted caramel rim. (via How Sweet Eats)

Witches Brew Cocktail: Use regular or black vodka to make this cocktail. The recipe also includes a special hack for rimming the glasses with colorful sugar. (via Sprinkles & Sprouts)

Sour Frankenstein Cocktails: What makes these cocktails so delightfully sour? Homemade margarita mix, shaken with freshly squeezed limes. Oh, and that's not real blood on the rim — just a little corn syrup and red food coloring. (via The Girl on Bloor)

Chocolate Chili Cocktails: This drink sounds complicated, but it just takes one bottle of booze and some lemon-lime soda to create. (via Best Friends For Frosting)

The Grave Digger: This creepy cocktail mixes bourbon, hard cider, and ginger ale for a drink that will make even the scariest of demons disappear. (via Boulder Locavore)

The Quick Demise: You wouldn't think that a drink with such a poisonous name would be good for you. With ingredients like carrot, lime, and orange juices, this cocktail is more likely to extend your life rather than end it. (via Best Friends for Frosting)

Vampire's Drip Cocktail: If vampires had access to these boozy milkshake-inspired cocktails, maybe they wouldn't be thirsting for blood all the time. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Slow Cooker Vampire Punch: It's always a nice gesture to make a special drink for guests who don't consume alcohol. Simmer it in the slow cooker so they can help themselves whenever they get thirsty — it'll also make your house smell deliciously like cinnamon. (via Boulder Locavore)

White Widow: Sure, a black widow sounds scarier, but this white widow will knock you out with one swing (or swig). Garnish the top with a black gel icing web that will catch all of your prey. (via Best Friends for Frosting)

Witch's Brew: You certainly wouldn't catch any self-respecting witch with a beer. She would most definitely be drinking a fabulous purple cocktail, complete with a glitter spider garnish. (via Pizzazzerie)

Pumpkin Beermosas: Pumpkin juice (like they drink in Harry Potter) is mixed with pumpkin beer for a brunch drink that's truly autumnal. (via Growing Up Gabel)

Candy Corn Infused Vodka: Didn't think the all-time best Halloween candy could get any better? This infused vodka will make you think again. (via Kitchen Treaty)

Black & Orange Rum Punch: It's a Halloween party, so there has to be some orange and black on the menu. This delicious rum punch is a welcome change from all of those pumpkin drinks out there. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more wickedly delicious Halloween recipes.

Follow us on Pinterest for more wickedly delicious Halloween recipes.


Heavy whipping cream makes your cider a little more like cocoa, in terms of creaminess, and I don’t see anything wrong with that. Get the recipe.

For all of your winter warm drink needs, try these unique takes on a cold-weather classic. May your mug always be full to the brim!


APPLE PIE MOONSHINE IN THE CROCKPOT

This apple pie moonshine recipe from DIY Home Sweet Home is made in a crockpot. After it’s done, keep it warm in the crockpot for the perfect party beverage.

I’m planning to make several kinds of drinks for this year’s halloween party, so I better try out each of these apple cider drink recipes to see which ones I like best. Maybe I’ll head over to my son’s house to help him press so I can take some cider home with me and get started!



Comments:

  1. Churchyll

    I think it's an excellent idea.

  2. Dierck

    But today I'm not rushing at all, I lost in the casino and forgot my umbrella in the taxi :) nothing will break through

  3. Hasani

    Between us say, we recommend that you search for the answer to your question in google.com

  4. Zulkis

    Shit comments are not particularly pleasing, but you can still read.



Write a message