Street Fighter X Tekken - Scramble Mode Shot Set
The Drunken Moogle and Loading have teamed up for a two on two shot scramble, pitting two classic SF character shots against two Tekken character shots. The 2v2 idea was thought up to mimic the new Scramble Mode in SFxT. All the drinks have been endorsed by Capcom of Europe.
SFxT’s Scramble Mode is described as:
“In Scramble Battle, all 4 characters will appear on the stage at the same time! You can also play this mode online! Achieve previously unthought-of attacks that can come from any direction at any time! This is a mode that can be enjoyed by even those new to fighting games! Attack and help your partner out, or stand together and fight, this is a mode that gives you true freedom!”
The Hadouken (Ryu) - The shot for Street Fighter’s iconic main man is a firey blend of blue curacao, Fireball Cinnamon Whisky, and Bacardi 151, lit on fire and thrown across the bar. For a move a bit more fierce, add more overproof rum on top.
The Flash Kick (Guile) - A layered combination of sour apple pucker, lemon juice, and gold rum. A few of these little guys and you’ll be doing back flips in no time.
Furry Cup (Kuma) - Kuma-n take on kuma’s favourite tipple, when Panda fails to notice his latest advance he slinks his way to the nearest bar and drowns his sorrow with this tasty drink of Baileys, Butterscotch Schnapps, Kahlua, Coffee Patron and cream. Finished with with tree bark (Chocolate) and a chocolate coated rim.
Phoenix Rising (Paul Phoenix) - Tekken’s nearly man, despite battling in every tournament Paul always comes up short, this all american drink takes the classic coke float and gives it a makeover with JD added to the mix and a Chambord foam top, a drink made for Paul in his own image.
Both Street Fighter shots created by Mitch Hutts of The Drunken Moogle, while the Tekken shots were created by James Dance of Loading Bar. We’ll be posting the recipes and exact measurements to each of these drinks, and many more, in the near future.