This table summarizes almost all of the drink combinations available through use of the Queue Du Coq cocktailcrafting kit, with additional links for the use of a tiny plastic sword and for the use of the Disco Bandit skills Advanced Cocktailcrafting and Superhuman Cocktailcrafting or the Avatar of Sneaky Pete skill Mixologist. Omitted from this table are the mushroom fermenting solution wines.
The intersection of each basic booze and mixer that forms a basic drink shows the image and name of that basic drink. The background of each basic drink cell is colored according to the stat gains from that drink, with more intense color indicating greater stat gain per drunkenness. Red indicates muscle substat gain, blue mysticality, and green for moxie.
A skewered mixer ( ) next to the basic drink image indicates a basic drink that can be augmented with the use of a tiny plastic sword. The skewered mixer is always the same as the basic mixer for that drink. These mixers are not available from The Hippy Store, but are worth seeking out even if you do not possess a tiny plastic sword, as these "TPS Base" drinks are significantly superior in adventures per drunkenness to other basic drinks.
A garnish ( ) next to the basic drink image indicates a basic drink that can be augmented with the use of an Advanced Cocktailcrafting ingredient. Adding this garnish to the drink requires having that skill, and the improvement in stat gains of the resulting drink is explained on the skill page.
A disco ball () indicates that a drink can be mixed from the "improved" versions of the booze and mixer. These "improved" drinks cannot be created from already-mixed basic drinks, even if they start with the same basic ingredients. The Superhuman Cocktailcrafting skill is required both to operate Nash Crosby's Still to improve the ingredients, and to mix those ingredients. A garnish next to the disco ball indicates that the improved drink can be further augmented with the indicated Advanced Cocktailcrafting ingredient, and adding this garnish requires only that lower-level skill.
The lower half of the table indicates other drinks that can be created from non-traditional mixers. Three cases where a drink can be created with two mixer ingredients are indicated by showing the intermediate step in parentheses.
Clicking on any of the icons takes you to the individual description page of the resulting drink.
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