The Drunken Moogle

T-Virus and Antidote (Resident Evil shots)
Ingredients:T-Virus-2 oz Blue Curacao1/4 tsp Agar powder1 1/2 oz Citrus vodka
T-Virus Antidote-2 oz Midori1/4 tsp Agar powder1 1/2 oz Citrus vodka
Tools-Small panFood syringe Silicon tubing that fits the syringe (1 ft. minimum)Glass of ice waterTall shot glasses
Directions: This recipe is for those who like the previous T-Virus and Antidote shots, but want to wow your guests with something a bit more complicated. In a pan, bring the blue curacao or Midori to almost a boil. Remove it from the heat and mix in the agar powder with a spoon or spatula. Suck the liquid into the syringe and inject it into the tubing. Submerge the tubing into the glass of ice water and wait around 5 minutes for it to solidify. After about 5 minutes, remove the tubing from the water. To remove the newly solidified gel from the tube, fill your syringe with air and use the air to push the gel out. Cut the gel strings into the appropriate length for your shot glass. Carefully wrap the gel around the inside of your shot glass and slowly pour in citrus vodka. Serve, infect, and heal. 
Drink created and photographed by FIReWAtEr. For more detailed directions and photos of the process, head over to his blog.

T-Virus and Antidote (Resident Evil shots)

Ingredients:
T-Virus-
2 oz Blue Curacao
1/4 tsp Agar powder
1 1/2 oz Citrus vodka

T-Virus Antidote-
2 oz Midori
1/4 tsp Agar powder
1 1/2 oz Citrus vodka

Tools-
Small pan
Food syringe 
Silicon tubing that fits the syringe (1 ft. minimum)
Glass of ice water

Tall shot glasses

Directions: This recipe is for those who like the previous T-Virus and Antidote shots, but want to wow your guests with something a bit more complicated. In a pan, bring the blue curacao or Midori to almost a boil. Remove it from the heat and mix in the agar powder with a spoon or spatula. Suck the liquid into the syringe and inject it into the tubing. Submerge the tubing into the glass of ice water and wait around 5 minutes for it to solidify. After about 5 minutes, remove the tubing from the water. To remove the newly solidified gel from the tube, fill your syringe with air and use the air to push the gel out. Cut the gel strings into the appropriate length for your shot glass. Carefully wrap the gel around the inside of your shot glass and slowly pour in citrus vodka. Serve, infect, and heal. 

Drink created and photographed by FIReWAtEr. For more detailed directions and photos of the process, head over to his blog.

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