Ale Gorean Ale
Is closer to a Honey Lager than to an ale or beer...a deep gold in colour, and brewed from the grains of Gor and hops originally imported from earth in the early years. It is traditionally served in a Tankard.
A beverage of leaves steeped in hot water. The tea from Bazi is very much like the orange pekoe of Earth. It is served in higher class establishments. It is generally served in a series of small sugar coated cups or bowls.
Made from coffee beans from the trees of Thentis, originally brought back on one of the early Voyages of Acquisition, this is the same as the coffee of Earth. It is best served in the style of the desert; small cups, very hot, thick and sweet. Black Wine is always delivered with a small bowl of cream and 2 small bowls of sugar, one of Red sugar and one of Yellow sugar. Plain blackwine can be had even in lower class establishments . The term "second slave" refers to the blackwine served without sweetener or cream. Book reference: Guardsman of Gor chapter 20 pages 244-245
A sweet beverage which counteracts the effects of slave wine making a slave girl fertile; also called second wine.
Book 18: Blood Brothers of Gor, page 319
An exquisite, rare, fabulously expensive wine, it's cost would purchase a city. It's existence is only rumored among collectors.
Book 21: Mercenaries of Gor, pages 158-159
A sweet wine made from the ka-la-na fruit, a strong drink. It can be served in a goblet, warm or chilled. In Treve some prefer it heated to different degrees. It is made from the fruit of the Ka-la-na trees and some of the best come from the City of Ar.The drink is often a symbolises romantic love
A beverage, served hot from copper kettles, of cheap ka-la-na wine and the juices of fruits, such as tospit and larma, and spices. There are some that prefer this drink brewed freshly when served so always check with the tavern owner or the first girl as to how it is served in the tavern that you are in. Served in a footed bowl
Made in Torvaldsland from fermented honey; thick and sweet, served in a Goblet.
NOTE If asked to serve Torvaldslandian mead the Free wish the Mead served in a Horn
Milk from the bosk, a staple of life for the Tribes of the Wagon Peoples. In some areas, it is available in powdered form.
Book 4: Nomads of Gor, page 5
Book 16: Guardsman of Gor, page 295
Used by the peoples of the Tahari as verr milk is used elsewhere, it is reddish with a salty strong taste due to the content of ferrous sulfate.
Book 10: Tribesmen of Gor, page 71
Sometimes sold in open markets from a brass container, carried on a strap and served in tiny brass cups.
Book 17: Savages of Gor, page 61
A beverage, generally served hot, it is cheap ka-la-na wine, and the juices of fruits, such as topsit and larma, and spices. Served like beer, it's cheap, and taste good - at least til you get to the bottom of the pot. Usually garnished with a piece of ka-la-na fruit or tospit, served in a goblet
Steeped, boiled and fermented from crushed seeds and the whitish pith of the rence plant, served in a gourd flagon.
Book 6: Raiders of Gor, pages 18 and 44
Brewed from the Sa-Tarna grain. It's full name being Pagar Sa-Tarna literally meaning "pleasure of the Life Daughter". A grain liquor Fermented, brewed and filtered from Sa-tarna, it is similar to whisky and is symbolic of physical love. Served in a footed bowl
Brewed from the Sul - Sul paga is a strong, clear, drink distilled from suls very much like Vodka served in a footed bowl
A dry wine made from the ta-grapes, served at room temperature, in a goblet.
A syrupy, highly sweetened wine popular in Turia. Serve in small portions as it is so sweet.
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