Flask of peppermint schnapps

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flask of peppermint schnapps
flask of peppermint schnapps

This is a little metal flask full of fermented candy-cane juice. It tastes a little like mouthwash. Okay, it tastes a *lot* like mouthwash. Still, you could do worse for a festive holiday drink -- at least with this, you won't have that awful eggnog aftertaste, and your breath will be minty fresh.

Type: booze (decent)
Potency: 1
Cannot be traded or discarded
Quest Item

(In-game plural: flasks of peppermint schnapps)
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Item number: 2189
Description ID: 190869852
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Recipe

Shaker.gif flask of peppermint oil fermenting powder
Equals.gif flask of peppermint schnapps

When Consumed

Flask.gif
Before you drink the peppermint schnapps, you decide to pour a little out for your homies. The schnapps forms a little puddle on the floor. You look into it and see a desert island with a hammock strung between two palm trees. Suddenly, a deeply tanned arm reaches out of the puddle and grabs the whole flask out of your hand! You hold onto the flask tightly and pull Uncle Crimbo out through the floor.

"Thanks, kid," he says. "I knew you could do it. Well, actually, I was pretty sure you couldn't. But thanks for proving me wrong. See ya on Crimbo Eve!" With that, he lays a finger inside of his nose and rises up into the sky.

About halfway up, Uncle Crimbo yells down, "Hey, you wanna play with my sleigh for a while? Wait, no, I mean literally, kid, geez. I don't need it until Crimbo Eve, so have yourself some fun, you've earned it."

Seligh.gifYou acquire an item: time sleigh
  • During or after Crimboween:
Flask.gif
You drink the peppermint schnapps. It seems to have turned into the peppermint equivalent of vinegar. Which is turpentine, for some reason.
AdventuresYou gain 1 Adventure.
You gain 1 Drunkenness.

Notes

References

  • The line about "pouring a little out for your homies" references the Tupac song, "Pour Out A Little Liquor".
  • This item is a reference to the movie Little Nicky, in which a magic flask is said to contain peppermint schnapps.
  • The line where Uncle Crimbo "lays a finger inside of his nose" is a reference to Clement Clarke Moore's famous poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas", which contains the lines "And laying a finger aside of his nose, / And giving a nod, up the chimney he rose".