The hype of Resident Evil Village has settled down a bit after launch, so it’s time to look ahead. A new game is imminent, there are some more adaptations, and more horror goodness along the way.One such project is Netflix Biohazard: Infinite Darkness, A new anime TV series coming soon on Netflix. To celebrate the adaptation of the Capcom franchise’s latest show, the herbal spirit Cocalero has released an official Resident Evil drink line.
Cocalero is still a fairly new herbal liquor in the Georgia region. Interestingly, the brand has become a popular item in the Japanese club scene, including the Cocalero bomb mixed with Red Bull.
This particular brand is Ireland, but is drawn from Inca inspiration. Paste the magazine (via Kotaku). Based on South American coca leaves and using a few other botanical ingredients to make it unique, the new drink line seems interesting, if nothing else.Guarana and ginseng are among the ingredients of the site Description The encounter between gin and energy drinks doesn’t seem to be that far away.
Cocalero Resident Evil, you can see meInfinite darkness The label for the marketing itself will be released in July of this year. This is not the first game x liquor hybrid. Assassin’s Creed also has a pretty impressive wine line and it’s actually pretty tasty! There are many more, and more will come in the future. But green liquor? I don’t know, but it seems quite suitable for a biohazard collaboration.
The next TV show advertised by the new work is produced and directed by Hiroyuki Kobayashi, who is famous for Capcom’s Resident Evil. Toms Entertainment, the creator of various anime series, will produce the series, and Kebiko, led by Kei Miyamoto, the producer of Resident Evil Vendetta, will lead the full production of 3DCG animation.
Biohazard: Infinite Darkness It will be held in 2006, two years after Resident Evil 4. The series begins with Ashley’s father, the President of the United States, having to evacuate the White House after a more hostile takeover. In a breakless universe, there’s a new adventure for fans of Capcom’s iconic horror series, scheduled to unveil on July 8.
Biohazard: What do you think of Infinite Darkness Drink Crossover? Is this Irish herbal blend a good sound for you or a difficult pass? Listen to your thoughts in the comments section below!