Food and drinks
1920s Food and Drink

Lobe Blaster

"Six shots of gigglewater and a lobe blaster, please."
-- Queenie Goldstein (WFT)

A drink served at the speakeasy known as The Blind Pig in 1926 New York City.

  • Part of an order given to a House-elf by Queenie Goldstein, who was visiting the illegal bar along with her sister Tina, Jacob Kowalski, and Newt Scamander as they sought information from the Goblin Gnarlak (WFT).

Commentary

Etymology

Perhaps refers to the strong effect of alcohol on various lobes of the brain, especially the frontal lobe.

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