Did you know that simple tonic water glows under blacklight? Useful for props, Halloween drinks, etc.

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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.

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

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Q Tonic is a boutique brand of tonic water and flagship product of Q Drinks. The formula incorporates quinine from Peruvian cinchona trees and agave nectar as a sweetener. The product is intended to be an alternative to common brands of tonic water such as Schweppes and Canada Dry, which are sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup.

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Created by Brooklyn’s W&P in collaboration with Boylan Bottling Company, this traditional tonic water is the perfect match for your favorite vodka or gin.- Pack of 4 10 oz. bottles- Ingredients: seltzer, cane sugar, quinine, natural botanicals- Glass bottles, metal cap, cardboard carrier- USA7.5”H, 5”W, 5”L

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The quinine in tonic water causes it to grow bright blue under a black light. - Anne Helmenstine

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

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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.

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