Crafted originally in a lonely bar by a Vratix doctor named Spree Razzix, this beverage is acombination of bacta, a material very familiar to the Vratix, and gin. Its precise recipe is as follows: 3 parts Gin 1 part Fortified Sweet White Wine 1 vial of Bactade
By simply adding 1 part Ryll, one can make a "dirty" Bacta Martini.
It smells and tastes slightly zesty and sweet. The white wine masks the chalky, unpleasant taste of the Bactade. The peculiar quality of the drink is that the inherent healing properties of the Bactade does not interactat all with the inebriating effects of the liquor. The veverage is wonderful for a post-bar fight recovery as well as adecently stiff alcoholic beverage. Due to the expensive nature of Bactade, the beverage is rarely served and even more rarely offered by most bars, making it a very exotic drink.
It is often garnished with a lemon wedge."