Who doesn’t like drinks? When they are drinks connected to your favorite fandoms, they are even better. I found some and want to share them with you. I am putting the links to each recipe of my entries for you to try. Most of these have other drinks to go with, say, Harry Dresden. I included non-alcoholic drinks, too, so non-drinkers or kids can get in on the fun too. For more fandom drinks, you can buy fandom recipe books that have them too. I have listicles for those kinds of books from November and December of last year. I will leave the links to the articles at the end of this one.
4 drops Kool-Aid blue raspberry liquid
3 oz coconut water
4 oz sprite
1 drop of mint extract or syrup
1 tsp. Silver cake shimmer dust
Pour the coconut water and Sprite into a large glass and mix with a spoon. Next, add the Kool-Aid, mint, and shimmer dust to the Sprite and water and mix again. Finally, pour this into a glass filled with ice. Garnish the drink with a sprig of mint, and enjoy.
2 parts Absinthe
1 part melon liqueur
3 parts Mountain Dew
1 kiwi slice per glass
Mix the first three ingredients together in a glass or pitcher and stir to combine. Garnish each glass with a slice of kiwi and drink up.
¾ oz. Coconut rum
¾ oz. crème de bananes
¾ oz. Melon liqueur
¾ oz. pineapple juice
2 oz. whipped cream plus some for garnish
Using a shaker filled with ice, pour in the rum, crème de bananes, melon liqueur, juice, and surprisingly the whipped cream. Shake it up really well and strain it into an ice-filled glass. Garnish with more whipped cream and a pineapple wedge, and raise a glass to Scooby and the gang.
2.5 oz. Fireball or another cinnamon whiskey
Pour into a glass and enjoy.
10 oz. hot coffee
1 ½ oz. cookie butter syrup
1 ½ oz. sea salt caramel toffee sauce divided
1 cup of ice cubes
4 oz. whole milk
¼ c. whipped cream
1 tbsp. rainbow sprinkles
2 animal crackers
Milk can be substituted for coffee
In a bowl, combine coffee, butter syrup, and caramel sauce and stir until dissolved, then refrigerate for ten minutes. In a glass with ice, pour coffee mix and milk and mix. Garnish the drink with whipped cream, sprinkles, and crackers. Drink with a smile.
Aside from these recipes, I found a drinking game for Laurell K. Hamilton’s Hit List in the Anita Blake series. If I drank, I would do it. Maybe I can do the game but substitute soda or coffee for it. Perhaps you will have fun with it too. It looks like you will be sloshed after the game or, more likely, halfway through it.
I hope you enjoy these drinks. Unfortunately, I don’t drink alcohol, so you will have to tell me how the alcoholic beverages taste. Will you let me know in the comments below? I will be trying the latte one for sure. Don’t forget, I am adding links so you can see all the fandom cookbooks I found for more drink recipes. Until next time, have fun storming the castle!