Bulette Wine

Thick and brackish is the best Bulette Wine, if you can't feel the burn as it slides down your throat you've done something wrong.
— On making Bulette Wine
  This wine is brackish, thick and somewhat gelatinous. It is often related to jellos and soups before wine, however, it does have the slightest amount of alcoholic content and enough will get one quite drunk.
Item type
Consumable, Food / Drink
Related Technologies
Related Condition
Bulette Fever
Base Price
2 sp
Raw materials & Components
The Blood of a Bulette, mixed with freshly gathered honey, yeast and hard fireberries makes the wine of Bulettes.
A cask, a distillery and a sturdy hand guided by a wise mind.


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