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    Part 2 Menu for tri. Music Cafe in Ani-On Station The 2nd

    With the first cafe location open, and the second opening in a few weeks, it's time for some more cafe news.

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    First, a quick primer on where/when you can go to the cafe...

    Digimon Adventure tri. Music Cafe in Ani-On Station the 2nd will be held at the Ani-On Station Akihabara between September 8th and October 15th.

    And at the Ani-On Station Namba Parks between September 29th and October 22nd.


    We found out about the Part 1 menu and entertainment and product details last week.


    Now we have the Part 2 Menu!


    The Part 2 Menu will be available between September 29th and October 15th at the Akihabara cafe and October 10th and 22nd at the Namba Parks cafe.


    First up, let's do the food! Each dish includes a coaster of the chosen child associated with the food. The Taichi dish will be carried over from Part 1 to Part 2 (to even out both menus at 5 items.)

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    Taichi's Takoyaki Stomach Shooters: 700 yen- A plate of takoyaki with a side of red ginger and a mayonnaise based sauce.

    Yamato's Meticulous Morning Set: 1,000 yen- A fried egg style omelette and a nice mini croissant headline this dish. There is some mayo to act as a sauce, along with a side of veggies. The harmonica appears to just be a paper decoration.

    Koushiro's Slightly Stylish Oolong Tea Parfait: 1,000 yen- A parfait with various layers including oolong tea jelly, warabimochi (a kind of jelly mochi), black honey, and topped with a mochi ice cream.

    Hikari's Favorite Convenience Store Style Dessert: 800 yen- Another parfait style dessert. This includes coffee jelly, chocolate mousse, strawberry ice cream, and mixed berries (with some orange or tangerines, along with some whipped cream.) Fans of tri. Part 1 may recognize this as a Hikari favorite- the Strawberry Choco Bomber Crash seasonal Hyper Tropical Espresso.

    Meiko's Favorite Tempura Plate: 1,000 yen- This plate includes tempura shrimp, a scoop of seasoned rice topped with ham, some small pieces of fried chicken, and a fried egg. A small side of veggies is also included.




    Onto the drinks! All drinks are 700 yen and include a coaster of the Digimon associated with the drink. Just like with the Taichi dish, the Agumon drink is carrying over from Part 1.

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    Agumon's Rumbling Mango Yogurt- Mango juice, yogurt, and milk put together into a two tone drink. It appears there may be some mango and mint at the top of the drink.

    Gabumon's Guzzling Blue Milk- Blue curacao syrup is sitting at the bottom of ice cold milk and topped with whipped cream and blueberries.

    Tentomon's "What's Up?" Cassis Oolong Drink- Cassis Syrup (Blackcurrent) is mixed with oolong tea and topped with some mint.

    Tailmon's Violet Punch- A white soda is mixed with violet syrup for a flowery drink, with a punch. Topped with some lemon.

    Meicoomon's Citrus and Citrus Dagan Drink- Orangeade is mixed with a clear soda (likely a citrus flavor) and topped with some lime.




    The images used for most of the items are sourced from lower quality images that Ani-On posted on social media. The high quality images had significant issues due to being scaled and saved incorrectly. If they correct them we will update the images later.



    The prior thread about the 2nd tri. Music Cafe with other details is here.
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    These look so tasty! I really wish I could get the recipes to some of these, particularly the drinks so that my next birthday I can have a Digimon-themed party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocifaptor View Post
    These look so tasty! I really wish I could get the recipes to some of these, particularly the drinks so that my next birthday I can have a Digimon-themed party.
    Most of the drinks are quite basic and easily reproducible to be honest. The majority of them could be done with minimal effort by doing the following:
    Add in a few spoonfuls of the 'mixer' item at the bottom of the cup.
    Fill the cup with ice.
    Add in the rest of the beverage slowly so it doesn't mix to much.
    Add the garnish/topper item.


    For the majority of the drinks simply doing it this way will get you most of the way there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcFBR View Post
    Most of the drinks are quite basic and easily reproducible to be honest. The majority of them could be done with minimal effort by doing the following:
    Add in a few spoonfuls of the 'mixer' item at the bottom of the cup.
    Fill the cup with ice.
    Add in the rest of the beverage slowly so it doesn't mix to much.
    Add the garnish/topper item.


    For the majority of the drinks simply doing it this way will get you most of the way there.
    I suppose that's true. The Gabumon and Tentomon drinks, in particular, seem to be easy enough to reproduce, and I'd imagine that the Gabumon drink could be made in large quantities at a party. Although, most of the food items seem difficult to reproduce, and I imagine I won't be able to eat Meiko's tempura dish for a while, at least not while I'm in India. In any case, I'll be taking a screen capture of the drinks section of the post, as I have a better chance of being able to make those, or closely reproduce them at least, when I'm home.

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    Nice set of food and drink. You can easily copy this stuff with some work.

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    Well I took a stab at it, I found stuff to make 2 of the drinks (seriously where do you find Oolong tea in the UK?)

    Left: Gabumon's Guzzling Blue Milk
    Right: Agumon's Rumbling Mango Yogurt


    My takeaways: I was unable to find non alcoholic Blue curacao syrup so my Gabumon drink was 20%vol (not for kids XD), Mango juice is heaver then milk so it will sink to bottom try to make sure you have a good yogurt seal/barrier? (which I did not) between the mango and the milk and use the back of a spoon when poring the mango, Taste wise Gabumon drink taste like milk with a weak orange after taste but if you mix the drink it becomes a light blue with a stronger orange taste, as for the Agumon drink same story with milk being the stronger flavor, Again mixing helps balance out the flavors.

    Quote Originally Posted by Velocifaptor View Post
    I'd imagine that the Gabumon drink could be made in large quantities at a party.
    The Gabumon drink is very easy to make and looks most like the picture its only 3 ingredients 5 if you want the garnish what I did was pore a little blue curacoa in the bottom of the glass fill it with ice then slowly add the milk.
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    Wow. Nice. Like we all said, of course you can make these if you try. But really, that's a bit impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xan View Post
    The Gabumon drink is very easy to make and looks most like the picture its only 3 ingredients 5 if you want the garnish what I did was pore a little blue curacoa in the bottom of the glass fill it with ice then slowly add the milk.
    Well, looks like I'll be buying Blue Curacao soon. That looks delicious the way you made it, even if you couldn't find the non-alcoholic version of the liqueur. Although I'm curious as to how you did the Agumon drink.

    EDIT: A question - did you add sugar to any of the drinks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocifaptor View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Xan View Post
    The Gabumon drink is very easy to make and looks most like the picture its only 3 ingredients 5 if you want the garnish what I did was pore a little blue curacoa in the bottom of the glass fill it with ice then slowly add the milk.
    Well, looks like I'll be buying Blue Curacao soon. That looks delicious the way you made it, even if you couldn't find the non-alcoholic version of the liqueur. Although I'm curious as to how you did the Agumon drink.

    EDIT: A question - did you add sugar to any of the drinks?
    To make the Agumon drink I did the following: add the milk , add ice to just above the milk, spoon in yogurt, add a little more ice and and use the back of a spoon to top off with mango juice.

    After my first one (the one in the pic) i did some experimenting i found that adding more yogurt stops the mango from sinking and it looks more like the picture, my first one the ratios were about milk 45% yogurt 10% and mango 45% but when I did milk 15% yogurt 45% mango 40% it came out way better. Makes sense that yogurt should be used a lot more seeing as its called Rumbling Mango Yogurt.

    I added nothing other then the ingredients listed on here (no sugar, sweeteners, etc)

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    Right, here's my attempt to make Gabumon's Guzzling Blue Milk
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    Turned out delicious. The cream on top is fresh cream that my mom *tried* to whip. On hindsight, I should have added more Curaçao Bleu.
    Last edited by Velocifaptor; 09-25-2017 at 04:52 AM.

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