Despoil the enemy and disappoint your friends and family with a tropical cocktail based around a jar of piss: Jar-ate from Team Fortress 2.
When you want something to put some fizz into your bones, turn to ELECTRO BOLT! This cocktail inspired by Bioshock might eventually turn you into an insane genetic monstrosity, but darn if it doesn’t taste good while it does it.
Forget sniper rifles, garotte wires and silenced pistols. Today, we’re creating the only truly subtle assassination method there is: a poisoned drink, adapted from a Hitman recipe of rum, vodka, orange juice and bitters.
When you’re hankering for a jolt of nuclear pep in your step, reach for NUKA-COLA. Remember; polonium is just another word for flavour!
You don’t become The Tomb Raider without making some sacrifices. Prepare for your next adventure with this bloodied cocktail made from gin, elderflower, lime juice and grenadine.
The West is dying, and there’s nothing Arthur, John nor Dutch can do to stop it except toast its name with this Red Dead Redemption-inspired cocktail featuring bourbon, vermouth, bitters and gunsmoke.
For when something absolutely, positively needs to explode into a ball of fire, every sorceress worth her salt reaches for her Mana Potions. Now you can enjoy limitless magical power too with this Diablo-inspired azure cocktail.
Nothing says “bedside manner” like a man armed with a rifle stabbing you with a big needle filled with adrenaline. Get back into the fray with this curious colour-changing cocktail inspired by the medics of Battlefield.
From barbarian to warlock, cleric to ranger, there’s only one beverage that every kind of adventurer reaches for when the healer isn’t available, is out of spell slots or is just pissed at them: The Healing Potion.
Spawns of Chaos: living proof that too much of a good thing can be bad for you. We’re bringing this monstrosity from Warhammer to life with a combo of rum, vodka, amaro and sweet red vermouth.
With Lee gone and AJ to look after, The Walking Dead’s Clementine can no longer afford to be just someone’s “sweetpea” any more. It’s time for her to step up—and time for you to step up your cocktail game with this curious combination of gin, elderflower and… snow peas?
Saviour Schnapps: the drink that lets you save the game in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Such a strange mechanic, but so perfect for a recreation at Experience Bar: they even give you a recipe in the game. This nettle-infused beverage is a little sweet, a little sour, a little acidic and 100% unique.