Fans of Majora’s Mask will always remember whipping on the cow shaped Romani’s Mask and walking down the stairs of the Milk Bar, with the sense of feeling prestigious. You worked hard to save Romani’s Ranch from cow abducting ghosts and milk thieving bandits. You well and truly earn’t your right to become a Milk Bar member and you are now first in line for a sip of the sweet tasting drink of champions.
This is none other than the Termina famous milk, Chateau Romani. For the slightly pricey cost of 200 rupees, you can refill your magic meter for three whole days. Link will down the bottle in one. Either this hero had a tremendous thirst or this luxury milk is just too good to savor slowly, which has always brought on the thought of tasting this sweet delight myself and I am certain that this same thought must of entered fan’s minds as well at some point in their lives. Thanks to The Geeky Chef, fans are now able to concoct their very own Chateau Romani from their kitchens at home.
The Geeky Chef is known for her wonderful, quality recipes, turning fictional food into a tasting reality. As a huge lover for the Zelda series she explains how she finds Majora’s Mask to be one of the most underrated games of the series, while sharing with us some of her experiences whilst playing the game. After a brief review, The Geeky Chef also pleases the underage section of her fans by explaining that with a small alteration to the recipe (removing the Alcoholic Baileys Irish Cream) even the younger generation can enjoy this super creamy milky treat. Poor Romani was never given this option as she had to wait until she was older before she was allowed her first bottle of liquid heaven.
1 or 2 smallish scoops French vanilla ice cream
1 c. milk
1/4 c. soda water
2 shots of Baileys Irish Cream (optional or substitute non-alcoholic Irish Cream)
For a full recipe and directions click the source link below. Also be sure to check out the rest of The Geeky Chef’s website for many more delicious homemade recipes for you to try at home. In fact, give this recipe a go and let us know what you thought of it.