October 21, 2011

Aurora Jungle-Juice

This post originally appeared on http://thecamspuscompanion.com and was written by a staff writer.

Aurora is TCCs black light phosphorescent take on jungle-juice.  Originally conceived in 2006, it is a drink that is pink in natural light, but glows aqua-marine in black-light.  Thus, it represents the two main colors of the aurora-borealis.  So, without further ado here is the recipe. (Originally, the drink was made with just pink-lemonade, but was later modified to use Rose’s Mojito Passion).


  • 2 liters Gin or Vodka
  • 9 Liters Tonic Water
  • 3-4 Bottles Roses Mojito Passion, OR 3-4 Canisters of Pink-Lemonade Concentrate
  • Ice


  1. Mix all ingredients together shortly before the party begins.
  2. Add ice as late as possible before drinking.

Photo Credit:  Melody ST

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  • Rebecca West

    Gotta try this one!

  • Geneva Palino

    Could we use nonalcoholic ingredients?

    • axcess

      Yep u can use water, tonic water, water and ice……doesn’t work as well tho

      • Geneva Palino

        Cool thank you though I guess I’m gonna have to wait to more years to try the real thing since I turn 19 this june

        • tod

          nigga u sure u are 19 profile says different

          • Nina Pelzmertel

            it’ll just create a diluted version of the tonic water. so: it won’t gloom that nicely. i’d try to do the whole thing just without the alcohol. the nice gloom comes fromt he tonic & the pink lemonade concentrate adds color. less concentrate though!

      • Jennifer Nicole Sorenson

        Hahaha that is hilarious!

  • Sändrä Sälinäs

    Esta re bueno..

  • Stephanie Pease

    Does it still work if you cut the ratios of you don’t need that much drink? I only have 3 people.

  • Paul A J Hamilton

    What was the reason for the substitution? Not sure if I can get hold of Mojito Passion around here.

  • kyme32

    before you turn the black lights on to see the effect smoke some weed

  • Fotis

    Does it work at the speed of light?

  • Angela Atkinson

    Need more detail of how to mix. Want to do some just not that much. Do you just mix it all in a huge container and then you could put it back in the 2 liters. Please help!!!





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