Geeky cocktail: No Man's Sky-Breeze is as pink as the game's planets (Open_Tab)
First, we're going to introduce our new segment.
[LAUGH] That we did a couple of weeks ago.
It's our drink segment, our nerd concoction segment.
Mike made up a drink after trying out the no man's pie.
At the Loading Bar in London.
Yes, that's a great video gaming bar.
Look at this thing.
They have consoles.
That drink tastes like a strawberry cheesecake.
Actually has [UNKNOWN] cheese in there, and jelly.
But it comes together really, really nicely.
I did not make that.
You did not make that but you drank and ate that?
Instead I made the No Mans
Sky Breeze, I'm calling it.
So the No Man's Sky Breeze has one ounce of vodka, one ounce of Malibu, one ounce of orange juice and one ounce of raspberry lemonade with just a splash of strawberry margarita mix.
Or you can use grenadine.
For the coloring
To help make it reach around pink so its equally some alcohol is defiantly sugary.
Yeah that's fine.
Everyone's goal in life is to get that pink.
This is the polar pink.
Yeah no my goal is the pink.
I don't know if you have a good view of this or not.
Now that is the exact opposite right here.
So there you go.
I love the color.
You really did capture the No Man's Sky pink.
That was the goal, [UNKNOWN].
Hold on, you gotta hold it with the pinky.
[LAUGH] So we're gonna taste test this live right now.
Check out my hot pinky action.
While we're here, hi Will, I'm not playing Runescape.
Cuz that's what the chat's currently saying.
They're like, [UNKNOWN] playing Runescape.
Taking your questions.
I like that it goes all the way down to the stem.
This is a high class.
Plastic flute here.
To No Mans Sky Breeze.
Okay, that tastes like a beach punched me in the face.
It's extremely sweet.
I'm going back to the beer but you know what?
If I started with that, that would the tactic.
This is a vacation drink.
Yeah it is.
It's like, lay by the pool or through space.
There you go, whoop, there you go.
Now, Now we're on vacation.
We get a little Hawaiian.
There we go.
We've discovered a new planet.
It's called Aruba.
Well, thank you for that, Mike.
You're welcome guys, thank you for trying it.