In a city sunk into the Neath, there are few opportunities for ribaldry. The Traitor Empress cocktail, inspired by Sunless Sea’s dark mirror of Queen Victoria herself, is one of them. Made from gin, Lady Grey tea, lemon and honey, this simple libation is a source of courage for many Unterzee captains and their crew.
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.
Money can’t buy you happiness—but they give Joy away for free in the happy little town of Wellington Wells. Now available in real life, this happy little cocktail will give you a grin as wide as a rainbow.
The Battle for Azeroth is in full swing, so I’ve put together this light, refreshing champagne cocktail designed with the latest addition to the Wrynn family line of Stormwind royalty in mind: Anduin Wrynn.
At first glance, Subnautica might seem to be a cute cartoonish game about life under the sea. But start playing, start swimming into the unknown, and it’s obvious this is a game about one thing and one thing only: pure, unadulterated fear.
Stardew Valley: is there any game that better embodies relaxation and social reconnection? We’re taking that chillness to the next level with a bourbon-based fruit punch, made to share.
Most temptations don’t result in the release of an unimaginable cosmic horror—unless you’re the Ancestor from Darkest Dungeon, of course. Indulge in his madness with this rich, creamy, decadent drink.
This riff on a classic Detroit-borne cocktail is an homage to Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human, keeping to its roots with spice, cherry and citrus, but adding a bright, blue, modern hue to build something new from the bones of the old.
While it might not have quite the same healing power as Vampyr’s Regeneration Serum, this version presents a thick, dark and delightfully rich fruity beverage that will appeal to anyone with a sweet tooth that still wants something with a little depth.
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.