Dig that black light out of the depths of your garage and get ready to impress people with it all over again.
The Campus Companion created a drink that might not look exactly like the aurora borealis, but it'll get the job done nonetheless. As it turns out, some of your most basic bar materials turn into glowing pieces of mini-art when held up against the light.
Ingredients for Aurora "Jungle Juice" are as follows:
Instructions are easy: mix everything together! But wait — hold off on the ice until just before serving so as to achieve maximum coolness when showing off to guests.
The final result should look something like this:
Now let the space-themed parties commence.
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