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Magic the Gathering Cocktails: Jace Mind Sculptor

Curiosity has always gotten the better of Jace Beleren. As a magical prodigy, he delved into lessons of sorcery deeper than the other students in mage academies, and succeeded to the point that even his instructors were suspicious of him. As a specialist in mind magic, he uses his abilities to gaze into the minds of others, discovering even closely guarded secrets. This practice has led him into danger more than once. In fact, his mind magic has helped him discover the existence of planeswalkers and of worlds beyond his own, opening his eyes to an even greater scope of secrets.Now that Jace’s own Planeswalker spark has ignited, his curiosity has begun to take him deep into the Blind Eternities, the chaotic void that holds all the planes of the Multiverse. Jace has finally found a milieu vast enough to satisfy his thirst for knowledge.
Jace now faces the same problem of every exceptional being: the temptations of power. His skills in illusion, mind-reading, and even memory modification have flourished during his travels, and they’ve helped him gain ever broader access to the secrets he craves.

Jace, being the most sought after Planeswalker, is one that had much thought put into his cocktail creation. Jace has control over the mind and to symbolize this I used the idea of Hypnosis, an ability to delve deep within the conscience and sometimes allow it to be manipulated. The idea of Hypnosis made me think of one ingredient, Hpnotiq. The Hpnotiq adds a very flavorable taste to the cocktail along with just enough Sweet & Sour to give it that bit of tang it needs. Given the fact also that his power is over the mind, I chose to also add some Bacardi 151 to add to its potency.


JACE MIND SCULPTOR:
 

  • ½ oz. Hpnotiq
  • 1 oz. Blue Curacao
  • ½ oz. Bacardi 151
  • 1 oz. Sweet & Sour


Add ice and water to a Martini glass to chill the glass. Add all ingredients to a mixer glass with ice and stir well. Dump the ice out of the Martini glass and strain the drink into it and garnish with an orange peel.

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