Elden Ring’s Let Me Solo Her Gets Drink Named After Them
Let Me Solo Her is the most legendary Tarnished to ever set foot in the Lands Between. Helping fellow players defeat Malenia, widely regarded as the hardest boss in the game, Let Me Solo Her’s renown grew with each successful battle. Fans have offered tribute to Let Me Solo Her in multiple forms, and even Bandai Namco itself recognized Let Me Solo Her with a "special gift."
It now seems like those accolades are even extending beyond the game. As spotted by a Redditor user SLYRaccoon6, a restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand is now offering a drink called the Let Me Solo Her.
According to SLYRaccoon6, the drink is part of a game where the player rolls dice to determine what shot they have to drink. The Let Me Solo Her is composed of Red Wine and Kahlua, libations chosen to perhaps mimic the shades of Malenia's scarlet rot.
And it’s not just New Zealand that has Elden Ring references on a restaurant menu. According to Reddit user OdnarDominus, a restaurant called Opus has four drinks named after Elden Ring. The Volcano Manor is a combination of rum, seltzer, and grapefruit, lime, and beet juice. The Phantom Steed, clearly named for Torrent, is grapefruit, seltzer, honey, fennel, and citrus vodka. Azur's Comet is just tequila, makrut lime, and ginger beer, while the Tarnished Currency (perhaps referring to runes) is cucumber gin, mint, and lemon seltzer.
It’s wild to think that Elden Ring is popular enough to have an item in an actual menu named after it, but it’s even wilder that Let Me Solo Her’s name is so widely known that they would accomplish the same feat.
In other Elden Ring news, it turns out that the operatic chanting that you hear during several of Elden Ring's boss fights aren't actually Latin, or in any other language for that matter. There's one song called Song of Lament that is indeed in Latin, but everything else is just computer generated gibberish designed to sound like other languages.
Source: Read Full Article