Perfect for a hot summer’s day or to recover after a long adventure in the wilds, the Luminous Adra Potion from Pillars of Eternity 2 is a cool, refreshing way to enjoy one of the most expensive materials on Eora. And yes, it glows in real life too!
Before you take a step onto the Summerset Isles in the new Elder Scrolls Online expansion, make sure you prepare yourself with this herbaceous little cocktail straight from the heart of the High Elven homeland.
State of Decay 2 forces survivors to face the rotting nightmare that is the Blood Plague and its Plague Hearts. Faster, stronger, deadlier zombies await the brave “hero” who decides to fight back, but they might need a few of these cocktails when—or if—they return.
The Furious is one of many “homeopathic” performance enhancers available to the player in Far Cry 5. Unlike real-life homeopathic remedies, these drugs-by-any-other-name pack a serious punch—and can get you out of a serious pinch if applied correctly.
A drink that has a little something for everyone without compromising on uniqueness, the Spartan Godfather is an homage to the bicultural god-killing team that is the Greek Kratos and … Continue reading The Spartan Godfather | God of War
A creamy beverage that tastes great served warm or cold, the Tauren Totempole is the drink of choice for Tauren warriors hyping themselves up before a battle—or celebrating after the inevitable victory.
Strong, confident, but with deep care for his people, Magni Bronzebeard is everything a dwarf could aspire to be—and we’ve designed a drink that takes all of the best parts of his Dwarven character and melds them into one deep, dark, chocolatey, stout cocktail.
To celebrate the announcement of Classic World of Warcraft returning to computer screens everywhere, it’s time to enjoy a tipple with our favourite original faction leaders, starting with the big green man himself: Thrall.
It may start the level as green, but it certainly doesn’t end that way. Here’s how to make the Gore-Splashed Praetor Suit from DOOM 2016: a video game cocktail.
Fun fact: Shirley Temple actually hated the drink that was named after her—but she might have been fond of this alcoholic version invented by Desmond Miles himself.
This Assassin’s Creed-inspired cocktail takes a Brandy Alexander, adds a little crimson and turns up the decadence to 11.
This potent beverage will set your head spinning faster than the Great Vortex.