'Jersey Shore' Ron-Ron Juice Is a Real Drink in Miami

Kim Conte

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This is what happens when you drink Ron-Ron Juice.
A Miami bar is selling a cocktail named after Jersey Shore cast member Ronnie Ortiz-Magro. But after watching last week's season premiere, I'm not so sure that's a good thing.

Ronnie introduced his infamous homemade "Ron-Ron Juice" in Season 1 -- a fruity blended concoction of watermelon, cherries, cranberry juice, vodka, and ice. And in the first episode of Season 2, the cast mates were chugging it down before hitting the town -- with some borderline disturbing results ...

Before the night even got started, JWoww's closet collapsed, spilling Ron-Ron Juice all over Sammi's clothes, including her best white shorts. But that was tame compared to what happened next ...

Ronnie, drunk on his juice, let loose in the club. And by "let loose" I mean was totally gross and sweaty and poll dancing and making out with grenades right and left ... The obvious lesson here: Ron-Ron Juice is dangerous-dangerous.

Nevertheless, you can drink some at your own risk at Miami's Ocean Ten -- the bar where the cast was seen partying in Thursday's episode. On the menu until August 26, this version of Ron-Ron Juice subs a blend of aged Panamanian rums (called Ron Abuelo Añejo) for vodka. It sells for $15 for a 30-ounce version during the day and $30 for a 30-ounce version at night.

Or, given that the cocktail has disastrous results, might I suggest the 12-ounce version for $10?

Would you try Ron-Ron Juice?


Image via MTV.com

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