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As Amazon Prime’s Rings of Power winds up its first season on October 14th, it leaves fans wanting more. With 25 million viewers worldwide watching the first two episodes, it seems that everyone is intrigued by the show. 

As a fan myself, I found some Lord of the Rings-inspired cocktails for fans to make as we long await season 2. 

1.  Miruvor 

This Elvish drink provides strength and vitality to the Elves of Rivendell. Described to be warm with notes of honey and flowers, it was given to the fellowship by Lady Galadriel.  

Gin, elderflower liquor, white tea, honey syrup, and orange flower water is all you need to feel like one of J. R.R. Tolkien’s elves.  

Check out this recipe on how to make it! 

2. Ent-Draught 

This mysterious drink was for the Ents of the Fangorn Forest. Providing strong nourishment to the tree creatures, it was shared to the Hobbits Merry and Pippin by Treebeard. Although they said it provided a nourishing and cool feeling, it also gave the Hobbits 3 inches of height. 

You are going to need some cucumber, mint leaves, honey, sparking water, and a granny smith apple to make this refreshing beverage. 

I’d recommend adding some gin to it to add a nice floral tone. 

Check out this recipe on how to make it!

3. Hobbit and Harfoot Special 

This is a drink I want to try for myself. Inspired originally by the Harfoots in Rings of Power, it provides a very rich and warm berry tone to it.  

Best served with apples and snails in my opinion (if you know then you know) 

Bourbon, blackberries, basil, and lemon make this drink simple but delicious! 

Check out this recipe on how to make it!

4. Eye of Sauron 

Keep your eye out for this creative cocktail. Inspired by Lord Sauron, it gives a very dark and bold flavor.  

Gin, elderflower liqueur, blood orange juice, lime juice, and ginger ale make a tempting villainous drink. 

Check out this recipe on how to make it!

4. Sting 

This is my absolute favorite one of the bunch! 

Inspired by Bilbo’s sword, Sting, which turns a bright blue when Orcs are present in the area.  

Vodka, blue curacao, and lemonade make this drink a bright blue color. However, my advice; add tonic water to it. This water glows bright blue under blue light, making it absolutely irresistible.  

Check out this recipe on how to make it!

Megan Bright

Coastal Carolina '22

Megan is a senior psychology major at Coastal Carolina. She currently works as a zookeeper at Alligator Adventure in Myrtle Beach. She loves all things animals, fantasy, current events, and organization TikTok.