Fallout Nuka Dark Rum Now Available For Pre-Order
In just two months, fans will finally have the opportunity to get their hands on one of the most highly anticipated video games of 2018, Fallout 76. With a higher level of online play than any other title in the series, those that purchase the game will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful countryside of West Virginia alongside other players, both friend and foe alike. Now, what could make such a lovely experience even better? Why, sipping on a delicious Nuka Dark Rum, of course!
Announced late last month, the Fallout-inspired Nuka Dark Rum was conceptually pulled directly from the Nuka-World Fallout 4 DLC. The alcoholic beverage is “a classic tropical rum distilled with exacting standards,” according to the official website. “Soft of the pallet, this dark rum exhibits flavors of molasses and vanilla with a distinct note of coconut on the nose. Enjoy on its own as a sipping rum or use to mix in your favorite cocktail.”
Here is the description of Nuka Dark, courtesy of the retailer:
Nuka Dark is the most thirst-quenching way to unwind. Nuka Dark is an alcoholic version of Nuka-Cola, boasting a 35% alcoholic content per volume. This drink temporarily increases one’s Strength and Endurance by 1, but decreases Perception by 1 as well. Chilling a bottle of Nuka Dark with Buddy yields Ice cold Nuka Dark, but there is no added benefit in doing so.”
The beverage is now available for pre-order for $79.99 for a 750ml bottle, with an estimated shipping date of November 14, 2018, which just so happens to be the release date for Fallout 76. Those interested in purchasing a bottle can do so right here. As always, please drink responsibly.
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