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Alpha Centuri

A heaped platter of crisp, tangy watermelon served with mounds of fresh, ripe berries.

Alpha Centauri is the closest star to our solar system, just four short light-years away. Scientists believe an Earth-like exoplanet orbits within the Alpha Centauri star system, and we at Outerworld can confirm that the planet does indeed exist, and is populated by small furry creatures who absolutely love watermelon.

 

Arcturus

A tall, frosty glass of fresh grape and pomegranate juice served over crushed ice.

It is said that however fast the body moves, the soul moves at the speed of an Arcturan Mega-Camel. Douglas Adams wrote that in these days of hyperspace and Improbability Drive, most people's souls are therefore wandering unprotected in deep space in a state of some confusion; and that this would account for a lot of things. In our case, it accounts for this refreshing blend of grape and pomegranate juice, to remind our souls of lying on the sunny beaches of Santraginus V.

 

Betelgeuse

A tantalizing bowl of fresh summer berries with juicy slices of Philippine mango.

Betelgeuse is one of the largest stars in the known universe, measuring more than 700 times our sun's diameter. If it were to replace the sun in our solar system, its circumference would reach beyond the orbit of Jupiter, which would be quite unpleasant for everyone on Earth. Fortunately, there are currently no plans to replace the sun with Betelgeuse, so you can sit back and relax with a tank of this gorgeous blend of berries and mango without worrying about being consumed by unquenchable fire.

 

Castor

A warm bowl of thick, creamy custard infused with fragrant vanilla bean.

Castor is one of the twin stars that give the constellation Gemini (which means "twins" in Latin) its name. The other twin is Pollux, also part of the Outerworld Heavenly Bodies collection. In Greek mythology, Castor and Pollux were the twin sons of Zeus. They have a cameo appearance in the epic tale of Jason and the Argonauts. It is a little-known fact that Jason loved a good bowl of custard, and the Argonauts were particularly fond of apple pie.

 

Delta Draconis

Spoonfuls of tangy passionfruit pulp muddled with a dash of fresh pineapple juice.

Delta Draconis is one of the many stars that make up the constellation Draco. The mythological origins of Draco are shrouded in mystery, but in one particular myth Draco is a camel with a hundred magnificent heads who guards a magical golden apple tree. Nothing to do with pineapple or passionfruit, but pretty awesome nevertheless.

 

Deneb

Thick slices of dragonfruit and rich red strawberries layered with lightly spiced thickened cream.

There's never been a better time to visit Deneb. It's a blue-white supergiant in the Cygnus (swan) constellation and it's the hot new destination for tourists across the galaxy — really hot, about 200,000 times hotter than the Sun to be precise. Set a heading for Farpoint Station and engage, maximum warp!

 

Fomalhaut

A steaming carafe of rich roasted coffee, sweetened with a touch of caramel.

Fomalhaut is a relatively young star, just 100 to 300 million years old. It's surrounded by a thick belt of fine dust, believed to be produced by the collision of more than 2,000 kilometre-sized comets per day. Scientists have found a planet orbiting Fomalhaut just outside the dust ring. Inhabitants of the planet are so overwhelmed by the sight of more than 2,000 comets smashing into each other every day that they have to start each morning with a pot of strong coffee just to make sure they're not still dreaming.

 

Kastra

Lightly crushed prickly pear cactus with generous handfuls of luscious fresh raspberries.

Kastra, the bright blue star in the Capricorn constellation, is the only place in the known universe other than Earth where prickly pear cactus grows. Sure, we could have saved some time and harvested it from the Australian outback where it exists in bountiful quantities, but we made the trip to Kastra for that real authentic interstellar flavour.

 

Maia

Sweet pitted lychees and juicy mulberries mixed with tart green mango.

Maia, in the constellation Taurus, is named after the eldest of the Seven Sisters of the Pleiades. A little-known fact about the Seven Sisters is that they were all big fans of the lychee, an unassuming little berry that packs a powerful flavour punch. 

 

Omicron Persei

Slow-steeped Gyokuro green tea with a hint of ripe passionfruit.

After a long, hard day invading planet Earth, it's nice to sit back with a freshly brewed cup of green tea, sweetened with a tablespoon of homemade passionfruit syrup.

Note:If you're thinking to yourself that a green tea juice just isn't your cup of tea (pun fully intended), then order a bottle of Omicron Persei and prepare to be surprised. The overwhelming feedback from people who try Omicron Persei for the first time is that they didn't think they'd like the flavours, but that it's now one of their all-time favourite juices.


Pollux

A big slice of freshly baked apple pie, with generous lumps of vanilla bean icecream.

Pollux is one of the twin stars that give the constellation Gemini (which means "twins" in Latin) its name. The other twin is Castore also part of the Outerworld Heavenly Bodies collection. In Greek mythology, Castor and Pollux were the twin sons of Zeus. They have a cameo appearance in the epic tale of Jason and the Argonauts. It is a little-known fact that Jason loved a good bowl of custard, and the Argonauts were particularly fond of apple pie.

Note: For a truly amazing vaping experience, reunite the twin sons of Zeus by mixing one part Castor with one part Pollux in the same tank / RDA. Be warned, it's highly addictive.

 

Wolf 359

Juicy peach, tart green apple, with slices of fresh pineapple.

Wolf 359 is one of the faintest and lowest-mass stars ever observed. It's so dull that if it sat next to you at a dinner party you'd ask to sit with the children instead. But Wolf 359 is also a flare star, which means that every now and then it emits a massive amount of gamma rays and, for a few minutes, becomes brighter than even the most scintillating after-dinner speaker. We've captured that brightness and bottled it for your vaping pleasure.

 

Aldebaran

A rich medley of speckled ripe bananas and luscious strawberries, rounded off with notes of peach and persimmon.

Aldebaran is one of the brightest stars visible from Earth. If you look up into the night sky and follow the three stars of Orion's belt from right to left, the first bright star you'll see is Aldebaran. Perhaps, if you look closely, you'll also catch a glimpse of the Outerworld mothership orbiting quietly above the Earth.

 

Polaris

Sweet, crisp honeydew with ripe elderberries and tart pomegranate arils.

Polaris is a bright and beautiful star that sits directly in line with Earth's celestial north pole. That means that as it spins, Earth appears to hang beneath Polaris as if suspended by a thread. Polaris the star is only visible in the northern hemisphere, but fortunately Polaris the liquid is available to all discerning intergalactic travellers.

 

Sirius

Mouth-watering kiwifruit and earthy papaya with an almost imperceptible hint of ice.

Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky visible from anywhere on Earth, and, due to its sparkly, colourful shine, it's often mistaken for a UFO. At least, that's what the powers that be want you to think. Share and enjoy!