Street Fighter Drinks from Capcom Bar in Japan
The official Capcom Bar has a multitude of exciting foods and drinks inspired by video games. While the website doesn’t list the ingredients, you can still soak in the pretty photography and dream of what it feels like to be hit by a Shoryuken.
Ryu’s Hadouken (non-alcoholic)
Guile’s Sonic Boom
M. Bison’s (or Vega, in Japan) Psycho Crusher
Chun-Li’s Jasmine Tea (non-alcoholic)
Girl on Fire (The Hunger Games cocktail)
1.5 ounces white rum
3 ounces mango juice
1 to 2 teaspoon grenadine
Orange zest strip
Directions: From the creator, Khalil Hymore: “Fill a highball glass with ice. Add white rum and mango juice, then add grenadine, allowing it to sink to the bottom of glass. Do not stir; garnish with orange zest and cherry. Of course, with this drink in hand, there’s only one way to toast: May the odds be ever in your favor!”
Drink created and photographed by Khalil Hymore of the Everyday Food Blog.
Colorful enough for the Capitol!
Cave Johnson’s Flaming Lemonade (Portal 2 Cocktail)
10 oz. lemonade
2 oz. limoncello
1 splash Everclear (or other grain alcohol)
1 grain alcohol-soaked lemon wheel
Directions: Cut a lemon wheel and soak it in grain alcohol while you make the drink. Mix the lemonade and limoncello into a tall glass, then float a splash of grain alcohol on top of the drink. Place the lemon wheel on the rim of the glass and ignite the top. Admire your delicious weapon, then extinguish and drink.
“I’m gonna get my engineers to invent a combustible lemon that burns your house down!” -Cave Johnson
(Cocktail created and photographed by the Insatiable Geek.)
Must get lemonade for DragonCon…