I bet everyone is curious to try those foods and drinks of the protagonists of our favorite books, movies or science fiction series. A curiosity that increases when we enjoy them on an empty stomach, so when we get carried away by the fantasy we wonder what will be the flavor of that dish or beverage that satiate the stomachs and thirst of the protagonists. That is why in Uvinum we have made a selection of five science fiction drinks that should exist, whether it be to satisfy our curiosity about its flavor or effects:
By all is well known that the best place to enjoy a delicious butterbeer is The Three Broomsticks, a famous tavern in the magical town of Hogsmeade where Harry Potter and other students from the Hogwarts School of Magic and Witchcraft often attend. Days of walking.
Milk of the Poppy:
The use of this medicinal beverage extends to the length and breadth of the Seven Kingdoms. Also known as “poppy milk”, its analgesic and numbing effect helps to reduce the suffering of the wounded in the Game of Throne battles.
The refresher of the XXXI century by excellence. But this addictive green and viscous drink produced on the planet of Wormulon keeps a dark secret: it’s made naturally by the colossal Queen of Worms. Its taste must be delicious since in Futurama they continue to drink it without stopping despite knowing its unpleasant origin.
Pangalactic Gargle Blaster:
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy considers the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster to be the “Best Drink in Existence”; however it warns of the dangers to health if abusive consumption. Its effects are similar to “having your brains smashed in by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick.”
If you want to try the best Moloko Plus you surely want to go to Korova Milk Bar. It’s here where Alex and his 3 friends met before committing their atrocious crimes. As the protagonist of “A Clockwork Orange” explains, this combination of milk with psychotropic substances “sharpened the senses and left us ready for a new session of ultraviolence.”
And you, are you curious about trying a drink from your favorite book, movie or series? Or, which are the weirdest ones?
Gin Kultu Black “skull”
Gin Kultu Yellow “skull”