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.

Green, Red, and Yellow Herbs Mixed Herbs - (G+R) - (G+R+Y)

Green, Red, and Yellow Herbs (Resident Evil shots)

Ingredients:
Green Herb:
1 part Midori
1 part Green Apple Pucker
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Red Herb:
1 part Grenadine
1 part 5 Hour Energy - Berry flavored
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Yellow Herb:
1 part Gold rum (Bacardi Gold used)
1 part Honey bourbon (American Honey used)

Directions: For each individual shot, simply mix ingredients in a test tube shot glass. To create herb combinations, mix the shots up in separate glasses, the layer them according to density. Red is the heaviest and will always go on the bottom, Green is the next heaviest, and Yellow is the lightest. For the best effect when layering, make sure all your ingredients are chilled beforehand. Tilt the test tubes and pour the shots in so that they slide down the side of the tube.

Notes: I’ve had the idea for these shots for almost as long as The Drunken Moogle has existed, but refused to do so until I got the proper glassware. I modeled the herbs after my favorite Resident Evil game, Resident Evil 4.
Green- The basic herb. It’s nice nice and soothing.
Red- The catalyst herb. Alone, it will do nothing for you (thus the lack of alcohol and addition of caffeine in this shot), but mix it with a green herb and you’ll get something new.
Yellow- The stat increase herb. This shot won’t increase your overall health, but it’s certainly the strongest herb out of the three shots. Mix it with Green or both Green and Red for a strength boost.

Drinks created and photographed by Mitch Hutts of The Drunken Moogle.

G and T Virus (Resident Evil Cocktail)
Loading is a gaming cafe and bar located in Cornwall, England.  For Resident Evil’s 15th Anniversary, they teamed up with Capcom and created this wicked G and T Virus cocktail.  Loading’s website describes the drink as “a healthy dose of Plymouth Gin and Tonic with lime and sugar syrup in a high ball glass topped off with our own T virus syringe of Bombay Saphire Gin and Blue Curacao.” 
Loading- Gaming Cafe and Bar

G and T Virus (Resident Evil Cocktail)

Loading is a gaming cafe and bar located in Cornwall, England.  For Resident Evil’s 15th Anniversary, they teamed up with Capcom and created this wicked G and T Virus cocktail.  Loading’s website describes the drink as “a healthy dose of Plymouth Gin and Tonic with lime and sugar syrup in a high ball glass topped off with our own T virus syringe of Bombay Saphire Gin and Blue Curacao.” 

Loading- Gaming Cafe and Bar

T-Virus Antidote (Resident Evil Shot)
Ingredients:3/4 shot Silver Rum1/4 shot Watermelon Vodka1 Green Twizzler  
Directions: Wind a green Twizzler around a tall double shot glass.  It should stick to the sides of the glass.  Pour in the silver rum and top with the watermelon Vodka.  Drink, then eat the Twizzler. You will have to fish out the Twizzler with your finger after you drink, as it will still be stuck to the side of the shot glass.
Accidentally drink/get infected with the T-Virus?  Well, there’s only two cures for that, and one is a bullet (probably not choice number one).  The second, more fun choice is to ingest the antidote, which was luckily made just in time.
This is part of a series of Resident Evil drinks I’ve been making.  More to come!(Original drink created and photographed by The Drunken Moogle.)

T-Virus Antidote (Resident Evil Shot)

Ingredients:
3/4 shot Silver Rum
1/4 shot Watermelon Vodka
1 Green Twizzler  

Directions: Wind a green Twizzler around a tall double shot glass.  It should stick to the sides of the glass.  Pour in the silver rum and top with the watermelon Vodka.  Drink, then eat the Twizzler. You will have to fish out the Twizzler with your finger after you drink, as it will still be stuck to the side of the shot glass.

Accidentally drink/get infected with the T-Virus?  Well, there’s only two cures for that, and one is a bullet (probably not choice number one).  The second, more fun choice is to ingest the antidote, which was luckily made just in time.

This is part of a series of Resident Evil drinks I’ve been making.  More to come!
(Original drink created and photographed by The Drunken Moogle.)