Characters will often spend a goodly amount of time in taverns, whether looking for jobs, speaking to informants, as a base of operations or just passing through. Inns, taverns, restaurants and other places will all serve drinks as well. The more common ales, meads and wines, but others that are different. Creatures may also possess alcoholic drinks as well.
This is a list of 100 different drinks of various types that could be found in such locations. Some are common and some will be expensive. Some are disgusting - and, in the real world, some would actually be dangerous. Each drink has a name and some details provided, such as its qualities and taste and how it is made.
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Fey Spirits: This pale blue spirit is illegal in many places, or at least those places that know how it is made and care about such matters. It is a favoured drink of the more unpleasant individual, especially those who wish it to be known just how evil they are, and more than one self-proclaimed evil drinker has wound up dead as a result of such a public display. Fey Spirits are distilled from the blossoms of wild flowers to which the blood of small, intelligent fey creatures are added. The drink tastes of flowers with a strange coppery undercurrent from the blood.
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