Frathouse Friday: Video Game (Alcoholic) Drinks

Karma Moment (Infamous)


2 oz. Gin
2 oz. Tonic Water

1 dash of Blue Curacao OR Creme de Noyaux (depending of if you feel good or evil)


For this deliciously good/evil gin and tonic modification, fill a glass with ice.  Pour the gin over the ice first, then the tonic water.  Add a dash of blue curacao for good, or a dash of Creme de Noyaux for evil.


Serrice Ice Brandy (Mass Effect)

1.5 fl oz Vodka (or Soda Water if you want to lessen the alcohol)
1/4 fl oz Apricot Brandy
1/2 fl oz Blue Curaçao
1 Tablespoon Fresh Lime Juice

1/2 Cup Granulated Sugar
1-2 Teaspoons Water
Red Food Colouring
Wedge of Lime 

Making the Garnish: Place the sugar in a small container and add the water with a few drops of red food colouring. Shake the container to mix the colour and dye the sugar red. Rub a wedge of lime around the rim of the glass then dip the glass into the sugar to coat it.
Making the Drink: Pour all the ingredients into the cocktail shaker with some ice. Shake it up until chilled. Add a few cubes of ice to the prepared glass, pour and drink upon defeating the Reapers.

Readers Comments (4)

  1. Great article Colten. I must confess that I don’t drink but after reading this article I’m very tempted to try out one of these.

  2. How about you credit who made the drinks and leave the watermark on next time, bros?

    • Sony Smash Bro January 14, 2013 @ 18:48

      He did credit them, at the end. There is a direct hyperlink to the website.

    • Colten Timmons January 15, 2013 @ 01:41

      For one, as has been stated before there is a link and promotion of to the kickass people who are working on compiling EVERY video game inspired drink on the net. This list was merely a selected group that highlighted what I thought were the best ones that fell in toe with the theme of the site.

      Secondly, the pictures are used as is. If any watermark had been present it would have remained, since there weren’t any I felt the link to the site, promotion of the site, and an email to the person who manages the site would suffice.

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