Studio Ghibli is one of the most famous houses for animation to date, and its heritage flourishes to this day. After being founded decades ago, director Hayao Miyazaki has turned Studio Ghibli into a truly marvelous place for working artists, and it seems that the company inspires not only animators form.
After all, mixologists need a muse every once in awhile, and Studio Ghibli is as good of a choice as any.
On Reddit, a fan loved anime lovers to share a special menu offered at the bar in their theater. It turns out The Electric has a whole menu of drinks exclusively for Studio Ghibli and fans will want to try at least one of these flavored drinks after reading them.
If you are on a budget, you can grab a Miyasake for less than three pounds abroad, and it honors the famous Studio Ghibli director.
“Make a toast or kanpai in honour of legendary animator and director Hayao Miyazaki. Ozeki Sake with Japanese rice cracker.”
As the menu continued, the price was almost double, but each drink was based on a favorite Studio Ghibli movie. There is a Gimlet Studio, a name that marks the ownership of the company, which blends intimate gin and lemon juice with ice. There is also Rumandcoke Princess who will make Princess Mononoke smile if for a second.
The fate of this brewery belongs to you. A subtle combination of Havana rum, fresh lime and coke, the menu depicts drinks.
Finally, the third is called Spirited La Fee. This bizarre blend blends gin sapphire with a variety of liquids like absinthe before pouring it on ice. Obviously, this wonderful drink will make fans feel as if they were spiritually, but it won them strong enough to make anyone stumble into Howl Castle on their way home.
If you want to try making one of these drinks yourself, it may take a bit of trial and error to get things right. However, this alcoholic menu proves that Studio Ghibli is growing up with its audience when kids discover that Miyazaki can celebrate the director’s work with a few beautiful photos. And if you want to stay away from some souls, then – the famous director will never apologize to you when drinking some hot green tea.