D&D 5E Full Drink Menu To Make Taverns Memorable

Put something else besides whiskey on the bar, whether that's lively quicksilver mead, tasty scumple, or thimblebrew microbrew.

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Get drunk with this flavorful EN5ider entry in the Enchanted Trinkets series, this time bringing to bear 14 different unique drinks worth the extra coin—and maybe even a spot in the party's inventory.

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I didn't realize they unbanned it in the USA! Will make sure to grab something good and authentic for the next Annual Week of Crime and Debauchery.
It's almost by special order here. Places like totalwine (think a walmart sized liquor store) have several different varieties but I've only ever seen one traditional liquor store that had it & in that case I needed to find it by going to the distiller's website & using the find our products tool. Doing a search on ABC's website for it suggests a fairly anemic selection of 3 varieties. That selection reminds me though that I've heard pernod makes a good absinthe too but it's too expensive just to collect bottles I don't have shelf space for & I haven't tried it yet
 

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