Adult Capri Sun

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I don’t know about you all, but I grew up in the 90’s. I watched Boy Meets World and Hey Arnold, played Age of Empires and Pokemon and listened to Smashmouth and Third Eye Blind. It was a pretty awesome time to be a kid.

So when my good friend David recently decided to host a 90’s party, you can probably imagine I was pretty psyched. It wasn’t until I arrived that I realized just how awesome the night would be, however. David had a whole assembly line set up, and told me that we were going to be injecting vodka into capri suns. Needless to say, I immediately asked if I could put these bad boys up on the blog.

These little pockets full of sunshine are the perfect alcoholic take on 90’s nostalgia. They taste almost exactly like the kind you used to drink after soccer games – delightfully over-processed, vaguely sweet and full of fruit-like flavors that you’ll never be able to identify – with just a hint of boozy goodness.

Whether you’re playing a pickup game or hosting your own 90’s themed party, these Adult Capri Suns will bring fond memories to your mind and rosiness to your cheeks!

Adult Capri Sun

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Ingredients

  • 1 fifth of vodka
  • 24 pack of capri suns

Equipment

  • Shot glass
  • Syringe
  • Glue gun
  • 12 red solo cups

Instructions

  1. Place a capri sun upside down in a red solo cup. Fill the shot glass with vodka.
  2. Locate one of the interior corners of the capri sun, puncture with the syringe, and drain approximately 2 oz out of the juice package
  3. Use the syringe to to take up as much vodka as possible, approximately 1/2 shot. In the same puncture spot, inject the vodka into the juice package. Repeat with the second half of the shot.
  4. Press the glue gun into the punctured corner of the juice package and seal it with a nickel-sized . Allow the glue to set for at least five minutes.
  5. Drink like a regular capri sun!
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