Hello! Here’s your friendly neighbourhood bartender from the uncharted territories. Today’s tutorial on making the best drinks in the UT’s will be about a couple of beverages I exclusively acquired from none other than John Crichton, the UT’s greatest hero.
First off: Through the Looking Glass
This tasty drink is most favoured by women of any species. It is colourful and very sweet. It’s origin goes back to an incident were John Crichton’s trusted Leviathan Moya was split in three different coloured parts. Obviously this presents a great opportunity for a nice drink.
Equal amounts of
- Holunderflowersirup from Itaka 3
- Fellip Nectar (the purest can be found on Farana, but it’s highly illegal to obtain it, so you might want to settle for the mediocre stuff, which can be found almost everywhere – the most important thing is that it is blue)
- Cirulaschnaps from Taris
Get a glas of appropriate size for whatever you intend to do with it – after all, there is a difference if you’re trying to get a girl drunk or if you try to get drunk yourself to forget a girl or some painful experience.
Fill one third of the glass with Holunderflowersirup. Then really slowly and carefully pour another third of Fellip Nectar atop of that. Mind that the two don’t mix, to hold the different coloured liquids apart. Then do the same with the Cirulaschnaps.
Quickfreeze the drink for 5 seconds.
Enjoy!! Bog of Denea
This tasty drink – again more of a girly drink, we’ll cover the manly ones next week – can be a nice dessert after a filling meal or just a fine nightcap for anyone who likes sweet things.
- A few spoonfuls of the best chocolate surrogate you can get (I know, I know, there’s nothing like the original according to John Crichton, but still, you can get some decent stuff on Hyneria, Dominar Rygel XVI has done everything to synthesize chocolate)
- Teneason cream liqueur to fill up the glass
Pour the chocolate surrogate into the glass. Then fill the glass up with the Teneason cream liqueur. Take a spoon and create a few bog streaks along the glass.