Minecraft, which finally made its way to Xbox LIVE Arcade today, is the latest video game to be given an alcoholic drink by Cornish gaming cafe Loading.

Loading produced the Minecraft drink set in conjunction with Microsoft and Mojang using 81 shot glasses and 162 measures of alcohol. Billed as a "fan piece" the alcohol set was created to showcase just what Loading can come up with.

The shots were made from Kahlua, Baileys, Midori, Blue Curacao and mixers such as rum, pineapple juice and Sambuca.

Loading's owner James Dance will recreate the Minecraft drink if someone is willing to cover the cost of all the booze, said to be around £162.

"We thought it was a great way for us to celebrate the release of Minecraft on the Xbox 360 and show we're not just about gaming cocktails in the conventional sense," Dance told MCV.

Loading has previously produced the Deus Ex on the Beach cocktail.