Pacman Poignant Potion

So this last week I’ve been down with the flu.. sucks badly.. however during my days of illness I’ve come up with my own special cure, in drink form. I call it the Pacman Poignant Potion :D

It’s not for the weak, and it is an advantage if you like whiskey ;D If you don’t then it can be taken like a shot instead. Me personally I love whiskey, so I’ve been sipping away on this thing every evening ^_^

The recipe is simple:
1 deciliter whiskey (of your choice, I chose Jim Beam)
1/2 lemon squeezed into juice
2 table spoons liquid honey
4-8 penny sized pieces of chopped fresh ginger (depending on how strong taste of ginger you want, more ginger=more effective against your cold)

Mix the ingredients with ice in a shaker and shake it!
Pour it out in a glass of your choice, I topped it off with a Pacman lemon wedge and some Pacman ginger slices in the drink.

Mind you, this is a strong and alcoholic drink that works wonders on a bad cold, however most people might not find it very tasty as a party drink ;D Skipping the lemon and ginger will make it more easily consumed for a friday night ^_^

8 thoughts on “Pacman Poignant Potion

      • For a minute there I thought you’d let her try the Poignant Potion and I panicked a little!

        2600 Pacman is awesome in all its flickery glory. Says a lot that a kid can play a 30 year old video game and enjoy it!

      • haha no no that would be wrong ;D lol
        but yeah, it’s pretty cool that she enjoyed it! She’s totally into Pacman now and even memorized the names of the ghosts, Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde! I also got her to play some Famicom classics ^^ She recognized Super Mario and got a bit of a crush on Megaman since he was so cute and cool ;D lol

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