Make Your Own Nuka Cola Quantum

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Introduction: Make Your Own Nuka Cola Quantum

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Ever want to go up to some one and wave a glowing bottle of awesome in their face?!? NOW YOU CAN!

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Step 1: Stuff You Need

hear is a list of stuff you need (because i cant spell ingredeints)
Nuka-Cola Quantum Recipe
Two drops of Blue food Coloring
Two drops of Red food Coloring
One Foosh "Seriously Caffeinated" Mint
1/3rds Sprite
1/3rds Mountain Dew
1/3rds Squirt! soda
Tonic water

If it Exists a small black light LED can be mounted on the bottom like a normal led with a watch battery, this will make it glow 
To help with the light defusing through the liquid, add some small piece of reflective material under the leds 
here is some other stuff to make to look cool
- OLD coca cola glass bottle (remember EVERYTHING is better when it comes fresh from a glass bottle )
- some white or blue leds
- small watch batteries
- anything else
- the labels made by aznz888 from facepunch (recipe to)

Step 2: Make It

add all your ingredients to a pitcher or whatever you want to put it in and BAM
you can use the batteries to make led throwies and hot glue / tape to the bottle to make it glow .
now somehow glue the SQUARE label to the ROUND bottle and see what you get.!!

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80 Discussions

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AidonW
AidonW

Question 6 months ago

How do I make the label?

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AidonW
AidonW

Reply 6 months ago

ask google.

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JohnA494
JohnA494

1 year ago

In place of food coloring, I use Monster Ultra Blue and it looks like Quantum right out of the can!

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JonahL5
JonahL5

3 years ago

How much tonic water should I put in?

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shadoaw
shadoaw

3 years ago

Hey could you had the link to the label pls?

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DevonF10
DevonF10

4 years ago

Can you drink it???

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OwenZ2
OwenZ2

Reply 3 years ago

Yep!

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Isaac York
Isaac York

4 years ago

Could i use Mountain Dew Voltage or somthing else blue?

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aimeeioustpt
aimeeioustpt

8 years ago on Introduction

couple things: where do i get the mints? also, i want to use a pepsi bottle for the nuka cola (the person i'm giving this to prefers pepsi), will that pose a problem for replacing the bottle cap with a nuka cola bottle cap? also, since i haven't even purchased the required items, i'll ask-how do i put a bottle cap back onto an open bottle? o.O

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MatthewD70
MatthewD70

Reply 4 years ago

There is a tool called a "bottle capper"....

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DominicG4
DominicG4

4 years ago

I tried this but the colour was ripped out in less than a week :( just left with a clear bottle. Anyway to make the dye stick ?

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Riffifi
Riffifi

Reply 4 years ago

i'm currently crafting a bottle of quantum cola, and i filled up the bottle with ice mint syrup that is past its use by date. this is exactly the needed blue. i had this bottle for like two years and the color hadn't change. i guess the sugar make the liquid's components (including the color) more stable.

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ol987986
ol987986

5 years ago

This drink is from Fallout, not Bioshock :P

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nickreese90
nickreese90

9 years ago on Introduction

If you were only a Quantum Chemist, you wouldn't have to make it with different clear sodas, just a bunch of Nuka Cola's! but nah jk, this is pretty cool, i'm gonna have to try this. I was wanting one that I could keep though, any ideas on how to make it a decor that i could just turn on and off? anyone?

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drandall1
drandall1

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

Look up a bottle capper and caps at any home brewing supply store. Once capped, it'll be permanent until you open the cap.

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drandall1
drandall1

5 years ago on Introduction

I should be very adept at adding a square sticker to a round bottle. I've been adding square stickers to a round hard-hat for years!