Delicious Witches Brew (Adult Version)
- 4(48 oz) can(s)
- pineapple juice, chilled
- 2(11.5 oz) can(s)
- peach nectar, chilled
- 1(96oz) bottle
- orange juice, chilled
- 4 (2liter) bottle
- lemon-lime soda, carbonated and chilled
- 1(1 1/3L) bottle
- vodka, chilled
- 1(1 1/3L) bottle
- rum, chilled
- 2 medium bag(s)
- gummy worms
- drops green or black food coloring (optional)
- 1 large
- 1 large plastic cauldron (available at party or craft stores)
- punch bowl that fits inside the cauldron
- plastic hand (available at party supply stores), sterilized in hot water
Use an ice pick to break the block into smaller chunks, if necessary.
Dry ice will sink to the bottom of a drink "cauldron". If more cooling is needed, do not add regular ice to the cauldron, instead add it to individual drink glasses. Do not allow dry ice to come in contact with bare skin or other bodily tissue. Keep the dry ice in its packaging at all times. Dry ice has a temperature of -79°C and direct contact can cause freeze burns. If you must handle dry ice, use heavy duty gloves. Always handle and store dry ice in well ventilated areas. Carbon dioxide gas is heavier than air. If it is allowed to accumulate in poorly ventilated areas such as boat holds, cellars, cars and vans, it can become a safety hazard, as it will displace oxygen and could lead to asphyxiation. Do not leave coolers in closed vehicles for extended periods and always make sure a window is open. Adequately ventilate areas before entering.
Do not place dry ice in airtight containers such as stoppered glass jars, bottles or other sealed containers as they could explode.
Do not store dry ice in refrigerators or freezers. Store in the best insulated cooler possible.
Do not pack dry ice in direct contact with glass bottles, jars, etc. as the glass could crack and shatter; use non-glass containers.
If the block is to be reduced in size by breaking or cutting, leave it in the packaging provided to avoid contact with skin and eyes.
Do not use dry ice in individual drinks. Use only in large punch bowls for effect. Under no circumstances should dry ice be placed in the mouth.