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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek content.

The following is a list of foods and beverages organized by races and cultures.

Contents

Aldebaran

Altair

Antarean

Andorian

Argelian

Bajoran

  • honey
  • jumja stick
  • moba fruit
  • redfruit
  • root tea
  • torlan wine

Betazoid

Boaca VI

  • brandy

Bolian

  • tomato soup

Cardassian

Centaurus

  • Beaujolais wine

Denevan

Ferengi

Gamzian

Human

Klingon

Ktarian

Neelix's mess hall

Talaxian and other Delta Quadrant specialties

Obsidian

  • callik fruit

Orion

  • demma

Patrian

  • geeza
  • Scott's whiskey

Rigelian

Rimillian

  • budz bitz

Romulan

Saurian

Tellarite

Trill

Vulcan

Other

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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Drinks are a kind of usable item.

See Category:Drink for a list.


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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Food or
Drink Level
Health Regen
(Food)
Power Regen
(Drink)
Adventuring level required
to see full regen effect
10
10
15
All levels
20
28
30
11 or higher
30
53
45
21 or higher
40
78
60
31 or higher
50
103
75
41 or higher
60
128
90
51 or higher
70
159
105
71 or higher
80 (Scaled to Level)
190
120
80


Food and drink are necessary for efficient progress in Norrath. Without food, your Health will regenerate very slowly after a fight. Without drink, your Power will regenerate equally slowly. This will increase your downtime between fights, and slow your progress.

Food increases the amount of Health you regain when out of combat. Beverages increase the amount of Power you regain when out of combat. Different foods and beverages provide different amounts of Health or Power regained, depending on the level of the food or beverage.

You must also be of an appropriate adventuring level to gain the full effect of the regen provided by the food or beverage. For example, Sweet Onion Omelet is a level 30 food item, and will provide 53 points of Health regained per "tick" out of combat. However, if your adventuring level is 10 or lower, you will only get 10 points of Health regained per tick out of combat. If your adventuring level is 11-20, you will get 28 points of Health regained per tick.

On the other hand, if your adventuring level is far above the item level of the food or beverage, you don't get any additional regeneration. If you are level 70, the Sweet Onion Omelet will still only provide 53 points of Health regained per tick out of combat.

Therefore, it is most efficient to use food or drink that is appropriate for your level. Low-level characters will not get any extra benefit from using high-level food, and high-level characters will have increased downtime from using low-level food.

Most of the food and drink items available in the game are created by Provisioners. A few food and drink items, like Pumpkin Spice Tea, are quest rewards.

Stat Bonuses

Some food and drink will provide bonuses to your attributes, such as Strength or Intelligence. Like the Health and Power regen, you will not see the full bonus until you reach a certain level. Unlike the Health and Power regen, however, it's not an all-or-nothing proposition.

For example: Level 30 food and drink items which provide a bonus will provide a full bonus of +4.6 points to the affected attributes. To get this bonus in full, your adventuring level must also be 30 (or higher). If your adventuring level is lower, you will still get a bonus, but not the full 4.6 points. At level 21, you might see only a +3.3 point bonus to the attributes, while at level 25 you might see a +3.8 point bonus.

To get the full effect of any stat bonus from food or drink, your adventuring level must equal the item level of the food or drink.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Drink is a recurring ability in the series. It allows the user to consume a special potion to either temporarily increase stats or gain status effects.

Appearances

Final Fantasy

While not specifically an ability, Drinks are featured in the original Final Fantasy as a series of stat-increasing items. They can be purchased from Underhill's Caravan.

Final Fantasy V

Drink is the level 3 Chemist ability, which allows the user to use special items, such as Goliath Tonic or Speed Shake, in order to gain statuses or increase stats.


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Recipes

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape


Drinks are food items that are related to some sort of liquid that can come from a cup, tankard, beer glass, cocktail glass, or other container. Often the consumption of drinks will result in more than just healing hitpoints, but will change your skill stats as well, either giving a bonus or a penalty. Although somes drinks can heal hitpoints, food is easier to obtain and heals more hitpoints than drinks.

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Ale

Image Name Heals Members? Where it can be bought Notes
File:Beer.gif Asgarnian ale* 2 No Rising Sun Inn in Falador. Increases strength level by 2, decreases attack by 4.
File:AxemansFolly.gif Axeman's folly* 1 Yes Player Made Raises woodcutting level by 1, lowers attack and strength by 3.
File:Bandits brew.png Bandit's brew Yes Bandit Camp (Kharidian Desert) Raises thieving by 1.
File:Beer.gif Beer 1 No Almost any bar. Increases Strength level by 2, but lowers attack by 4.
File:Beer in tankard.png Tankard of beer Yes
Long Hall in Rellekka after completing The Fremennik Trials
Increases strength level by 2, but lowers attack by 4.
File:Keg of beer.png Keg of beer Yes Long Hall in Rellekka after completing The Fremennik Trials Lowers attack level by 40 and raises strength level by 10.
File:Chefs delight.gif Chef's delight* 1 Yes Player Made Raises cooking level by 1-5 (depending on natural cooking level), lowers attack and strength by 2.
File:Cider.gif Cider* 2 Yes Player Made Increases farming level by 1, decreases attack and strength by 2.
File:Dragon bitter.gif Dragon bitter* 1 Yes
Dragon Inn in Yanille
Increases strength by 2, decreases attack by 1.
File:Dwarven stout.gif Dwarven stout* 1 No Rising Sun Inn in Falador. Increases smithing and Mining by 1, decreases attack by 4, decreases strength and defence by 3.
File:Greenmans ale.gif Greenman's ale* 1 Yes Dragon Inn in Yanille Increases herblore level by 1, decreases attack by 4.
File:Grog.png Grog Yes The Shrimp and Parrot in Brimhaven, The Asp & Snake Bar in Pollnivneach Increases your strength by 3 and lowers your attack by 6.
File:Moonlight mead.gif Moonlight mead* 5 Yes Roavar in Canifis No effect, but your characters says it tastes like something died in their mouth.
File:Slayers respite.gif Slayer's respite* 1 Yes Player Made Raises slayer level by 1, lowers attack and strength by 2.
File:Wizards mind bomb.gif Wizard's mind bomb* 1 No Rising Sun Inn in Falador. Increases magic level by 2 or 3, decreases attack by 4, decreases strength and defence by 3.
  • * Mature versions of these ales also exist.

How to Brew Ales

  1. Add two buckets of water to a fermenting vat.
  2. Add two lots of barley malt to the fermenting vat.
  3. Add the main ingredient of whatever drink you're making to the fermenting vat.
  4. Add a pot of ale yeast.
  5. Wait for several days, depending on what type of drink you are brewing.
  6. Turn the valve to let the liquid run into the barrel.
  7. Use a calquat keg or a beer glass on the barrel to empty the contents.

Cocktails

There are seven different types of cocktails players can make. They are mixed in a Cocktail shaker and served in a Cocktail glass.

Type Cooking Level Basic Ingredients Secondary Ingredients
File:Fruit Blast.PNG Fruit blast 6 1 pineapple, 1 lemon, 1 orange
File:Pineapple.PNGFile:Lemon.gifFile:Orange.gif
1 lemon slices
File:Lemon Slice.gif
File:Pineapple Punch.PNG Pineapple punch 8 2 pineapple, 1 lemon, 1 orange
File:Pineapple.PNGFile:Pineapple.PNGFile:Lemon.gifFile:Orange.gif
1 lime chunks, 1 pineapple chunks, 1 orange slices
File:Lime chunks.gifFile:Pineapple chunks.gifFile:Orange slice.gif
File:Wizard Blizzard.PNG Wizard blizzard 18 2 vodka, 1 gin, 1 lime, 1 lemon, 1 orange
File:Vodka.gifFile:Vodka.gifFile:Gin.gifFile:LIMEY.PNGFile:Lemon.gifFile:Orange.gif
1 pineapple chunks, 1 sliced lime
File:Pineapple chunks.gifFile:Lime slice.gif
File:Short Green Guy.PNG Short green guy 20 1 vodka, 3 limes
File:Vodka.gifFile:LIMEY.PNGFile:LIMEY.PNGFile:LIMEY.PNG
1 sliced lime, 1 equa leaves
File:Lime slice.gifFile:Equa leaves.gif
File:Drunk Dragon.PNG Drunk dragon 32 1 vodka, 1 gin, 1 dwellberries
File:Vodka.gifFile:Gin.gifFile:Dwellberries.png
Heat, 1 pineapple chunks, 1 pot of cream
File:Rangeicon.PNGFile:Pineapple chunks.gifFile:Pot of cream.gif
Choc Saturday Choc saturday 33 1 whisky, 1 chocolate bar, 1 equa leaves, 1 bucket of milk
File:Whisky.gifFile:Chocolate bar.PNGFile:Equa leaves.gifBucket of milk
Heat, 1 chocolate dust, 1 pot of cream
File:Rangeicon.PNGFile:Choc Dust.gifFile:Pot of cream.gif
File:Blurberry Special.PNG Blurberry special 37 1 vodka, 1 brandy, 1 gin, 2 lemons, 1 orange
File:Vodka.gifFile:Brandy.PNGFile:Gin.gifFile:Lemon.gifFile:Lemon.gifFile:Orange.gif
1 lemon chunks, 1 orange chunks, 1 equa leaves, 1 sliced lime
File:Lemon chunks.gifFile:Orange chunks.gifFile:Equa leaves.gifFile:Lime slice.gif

Tea

Drink Pub/Store Location Store Price
File:Cup of tea.PNG Cup of tea Varrock 10
File:Guthixrest.PNG Guthix rest
File:Nettle tea.png Nettle tea

How to Make Nettle Tea

  1. Fill a bowl with water.
  2. Add nettles to the bowl of water.
  3. Use the nettle-water with a Cooking range or a fire to get a bowl of nettle tea.
  4. If you want to drink your tea from a cup, use the bowl of nettle tea with a cup.

Temporarily Increase Your Construction Level Using Tea

It is possible to temporarily increase your construction level by +2 by drinking a special type of tea. This tea is made in your player owned house, and requires a kitchen with shelves, a larder, a water source and a fire source. Search the shelves to find tea leaves, a kettle, a teapot and a teacup. Fill the kettle with water from your water source, then eat it on the fire source. Put the heated water into the teapot, then use the teapot with the teacup. You have now created a special tea which will temporarily increase your construction level! This special tea allows you to build new rooms or objects in your house. It is also possible to use the cup of tea in conjunction with a crystal saw to increase your construction level by +5.

If you have a maid, cook, butler, or demon butler, they will make tea for you, as long as there is the required.

Dairy

Drink Pub/Store Location Store Price
File:chocolatey milk.png Chocolatey milk None Not tradeable

How to Make Chocolatey Milk

  1. Use a bucket with a cow to get milk.
  2. Take a chocolate bar and use it with a pestle and mortar to get chocolate dust.
  3. Use the chocolate dust with the bucket of milk to get chocolatey milk.

See also


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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

Food and beverages from distant worlds are popular on Starfleet menus. Some non-human Starfleet personnel similarly find human cuisine amusing.

Contents

Andorian

  • Andorian frost eel (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess")
  • Andorian rime leaf (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess")

Bajoran

Deltan

  • Deltan musk fungus (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess", # 7: "Deltan Musk Fungus")

Earth

A cup of tea

Klingon

Romulan

Vulcan

  • Vulcan p'tah beans (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess")

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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

Drink is a type of item.

Table of contents

List of drinks

Food Effect Duration Quantity
Accarragm Agility +96, Movement +27
Aitha Luck +42
Bespin Port Experimentation +27
Blue Milk Stamina +12, Constitution +10
Breath of Heaven Constitution +96, Dodge chance +3
Caf Strength +12, Constitution +10
Corellian Ale Strength +34.5, Stamina +25
Corellian Brandy Strength +36, Constitution +25
Deuterium-pyro Precision +36, Stamina +20
Durindfire Stamina +36, Constitution +15
Elshandruu Pica Thundercloud Agility +60.000004, Constitution +15, Stamina +15
Flameout Agility +66, Strikethrough chance +3, Strikethrough value +30
Garrmorl Constitution +48, Precision +15, Strength +15
Gralinyn Juice Stamina +48
Ithorian Mist Fire Absorption +12, Fire Resistance +3
Jaar Agility +6, Constitution +5
Jawa Beer Agility +6, Luck +3
Mandalorian Wine
Rancor Aid Resist snare +3.6000001
Ruby Bliel Agility +6, Stamina +5
Spiced Tea Constitution +10, Precision +12
Starshine Surprise Milk quantity +3, Exceptional milk chance +5, Paralyze beast +25
T'illa-T'iil Precision +20, Stamina +84
T'ssolok Constitution +30, Precision +60.000004
Vasarian Brandy Constitution +40, Strength +60.000004
Vayerbok Agility +60.000004, Stamina +40
Veronian Berry Wine Bleed absorption +12, Bleed resistance +3

NPC Cantina Drinks

  • Adumari Beer
  • Ardees Beverage
  • Bantha Blood Fizz
  • Desert Bloom
  • Eyeblaster
  • Hot Chocolate
  • Jawa Juice
  • Lopez Softdrink
  • Mad Mrelf
  • Milk
  • Sith Scorcher
  • Tatooine Sunburn
  • Utozz (Imported)

NGE Drinks (Current)

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The Chef Profession has changed radically since the NGE. Some of the changes include; inability to consume a drink and a food together, the removal of bioengineer (and subsequent loss of chef tissue), and the loss of a way to measure filling (but the persistence of filling). Most importantly, almost all foods and drinks buff the nge attributes (constitution, luck, stamina, etc). Because of the greatly reduced buff options, many foods buff the same thing, leading to redundancy in food/drink. For example, citrus snow cake and deneezelian fizz pudding both buff luck, but the buff from pudding is much higher, rendering citrus snow cake mostly useless (the only argument for the use of the weaker foods is that they have lower fillings and so can be consumed continuously. Since food can't be stacked this is only a minor consideration). One thing that hasn't changed are the recipes for food and any ingredient list found above are still valid.

The primary drinks used in the NGE are; Flameout, Bespin Port, Mando Wine, breath of heaven. Elishandru Pica Thundercloud is a minor player. Flameout is an especially popular drink as it buffs 3 attributes well (const, stamina, agility).

Drinks are typically sold in crates and can be found in the bazaar search under Misc:Factory Crates:(name of drink). Currently there exists a two tiered market of drinks/food; enhanced and unenhanced (enhanced with left over chef tissue). Because of the scarcity of chef tissue, and its greatly enhanced potency, it commands a substantial premium over unenhanced food. On the other hand, unenhanced food is extremely cheap to make. Most experienced pvp players utilize food buffs to gain an advantage in combat, and in my experience, the better buffed player usually wins (although again, this may reflect more than just a buff advantage - the buff advantage may just be a marker for skill and experience).

Historical Information (Pre-NGE)

Drinks are consumable items crafted by chefs. Before the chef revamp of publish 6, drinks only buffed the primary pool stats (HAM) and the secondary stats. The stats, time, and amount which stats were buffed varied for each drink. Also, some drinks along with a positive stat buff would also give a negative stat buff. After the chef revamp, the variety of stats buffed was greatly increased. Many of new drinks were given attributes such as reduce dammage taken from attacks, digest food, or enhance Wookie roar. Another change was the increase of buff times. The pre chef revamp drinks typically buffed 1-8 minutes with most being around 2-3 minutes. The new drinks typically buff 8-40 minutes. The final change of the chef revamp was the elimination of several drink names and graphics.

Link to the origins of many drink names: TheForce.net Drinks List

The drinks in italics are drinks that were able to be created before the chef revamp of publish 6 which took place in February, 2004.


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