Berry & Mint Burst

Berry & Mint Burst

A freshly squeezed, fashionable, and fruity non-alcoholic beverage. A refreshing burst of Mint with Berries to sweeten the deal, it has an exquisite aroma.

One of the pre-made foods that you can only purchase at the Angel’s Share tavern in Mondstadt. Recreating this classic often gives way to a wide range of different takes on how it can be done. It’s not uncommon to hear of players making it with peppermint liqueur or flavored moonshine to give it a slight alcoholic bite – I’ve even heard stories of people making it out of berry-flavored Kool-aid Bursts and Mike’s Hard Lemonade! In the search for the perfect drink blend for it, several different variations were tried before finally settling on the one I took as the best of the bunch.

In this drink guide, we’ll take a look at my personal approach for making the classic Berry & Mint Burst, and how to keep things non-alcoholic and true to the game. CRIT Rate, here we come!

About the Author

This recipe was contributed by Caleb (LastVanguard) of the Sons of Dvalin. While the Sons of Dvalin is ultimately a gaming community group, Caleb’s approach to Genshin commonly results in finding real-life value from the game – and cooking is no small part of that pursuit. Much of his cooking involves cast-iron, wood-fired, simplicity – new world flavor, with old world values.

For more information about Caleb or related information regarding the Sons of Dvalin, feel free to stop by our Discord channel to say ‘hi’, or drop us a note through our Contact page.

Country of Origin: United States

Does not contain meat products.

Does not contain dairy products.

This recipe is relatively easy to make.


Ingredients

Lemon-lime soda
Calypso lemonade
Peppermint extract
Ice cubes
Fresh mint

Quantity

16 oz, needs to be clear
16 oz, Berry Blue flavor
4 drops, liquid
15-20, medium-sized
10-14 leaves, to taste

Dishes & Tools

Bormioli Rocco glasses
Silicone ice cube molds
Table spoon
Freezer

Cooking & Preparation

  1. Start with 8 oz of lemon-lime soda in each Bormioli Rocco glass, followed by 1-2 drops of peppermint extract. Stir with a spoon to distribute.
  2. Add in 8 oz of Calypso Berry Blue lemonade per glass.
  3. Add in ice cubes to fill the remainder of the glass, alternating in 2-4 mint leaves between the ice for visual effect – just like with a mojito.
  4. Finish with a tuft of mint on top.
  5. Serves 2.

Closing Note

It’s our hope that you’ve found this recipe to be helpful and enjoyable. Part of what makes the Genshin Impact experience unique for a number of people in our community is the ability to use it to profitable ends in our lives outside of the game, and cooking plays a pleasant role in this effort.

We welcome comments or constructive feedback if additions or corrections can be made to to this content. Feel free to drop us a note with your thoughts.

Cheers,

The Sons of Dvalin community