The Drunken Moogle

Lavender Town Syndrome (Pokemon cocktail)
Ingredients:2 oz Hpnotiq1 oz Vodka (Regular or 100 proof for an extra kick).25 oz Grenadine6 oz Sprite
Directions: Mix all ingredients in a tall glass over ice. Serve and tell ghost stories.
A note from the creator: This drink was inspired by the Lavender Town Syndrom urban legends that have become popularized on the internet.

It is said that during the earliest run of the original Pokemon games, many children reported interesting symptoms. After playing for many hours and prolonged listening to the original music played in Lavender Town, some children reported having severe headaches, feeling very depressed and even some suicidal tendencies. Upon investigation, it was found that there was a hidden undertone in the original music for Lavender Town. It is believed that it was these hidden undertones that caused “Lavender Town Syndrome”. The music was modified slightly for further releases, the undertones were removed, and the syndrome seemed vanish. 

Drink created and photographed by Eddie Strickland.
[Video - Lavender Town Music]

Lavender Town Syndrome (Pokemon cocktail)

Ingredients:
2 oz Hpnotiq

1 oz Vodka (Regular or 100 proof for an extra kick)
.25 oz Grenadine
6 oz Sprite

Directions: Mix all ingredients in a tall glass over ice. Serve and tell ghost stories.

A note from the creator: This drink was inspired by the Lavender Town Syndrom urban legends that have become popularized on the internet.

It is said that during the earliest run of the original Pokemon games, many children reported interesting symptoms. After playing for many hours and prolonged listening to the original music played in Lavender Town, some children reported having severe headaches, feeling very depressed and even some suicidal tendencies. Upon investigation, it was found that there was a hidden undertone in the original music for Lavender Town. It is believed that it was these hidden undertones that caused “Lavender Town Syndrome”. The music was modified slightly for further releases, the undertones were removed, and the syndrome seemed vanish. 

Drink created and photographed by Eddie Strickland.

[Video - Lavender Town Music]