Even in a science fiction setting, characters will frequent bars and other drinking establishments and for the same sorts of reasons as why they might visit a fantasy location; to meet contacts, look for jobs, as a possible base of operations or simply passing through. These places may serve food but they will all serve drinks.
This is a collection of 100 different sci-fi cocktails that can be found at such locations. Some will be cheap to buy; others rather more expensive and found only in the better establishments. Each drink has some details on its appearance, taste and possible effects. These are all cocktails, rather than neat spirits.
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Here are some sample results:
Red Giant: Served in a tall, spherical glass, this half-frozen drink is more like an ice slush than it is a cocktail. It also weighs practically nothing due to the hydrogen content, and if one wants to avoid getting too blasted it can be ordered as a virgin.
Hadron Collider: Two distinct alcohols, forced together in a high-speed blender. This one has the potential to destroy worlds (or at least your understanding of linear time) if you don’t cut it with something to bring the proof down.
Half-Life: Said to have such a high alcohol content that not even micro-organisms that can survive in the void of space will live in it, this virulent green cocktail looks radioactive.
Atom Smasher: Cooled with liquid nitrogen, and blasted by a low-temp laser, this martini has no need for vermouth. And if you try to add an olive, it will quickly freeze over.
Comet Tail: Blue Shang-Wa poured over crushed ice, with several shots of silver hard caps added for potency, this hodgepodge is strong enough to be tasted even through artificial atmosphere. This makes it a favourite for those on cruises, or just relatively short rocket trips.
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