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Ice cold Nuka-Cola Quartz

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Ice cold Nuka-Cola Quartz
NukaColaQuartz Consumable Fallout4(Nuka-World).png
+240 AP
+11 rads
Reduces thirst by 16 points, but increases hunger by 8 points
Delays the need to sleep by 2⅓ game hours
180 seconds (~3 minutes)
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The Ice cold Nuka-Cola Quartz is a consumable item in Nuka-World.


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Nuka-Cola Quartz is a flavor of Nuka-Cola that enjoyed a limited release in the American Southwest. It remains a rare find in the post-apocalypse.[1][2] It has a classy look, thanks to the lack of added food colorings.[3] It was developed under the code name "Angry Beaver", during development the developers added non-soluble sugar flakes to simulate quartz appearance and to counteract the cavitation issues from previous attempts.[4]


Nuka-Cola Quartz is an especially invigorating variety of Nuka-Cola that glows bright white; it provides a total of 360 action points at the cost of 11 rads (+2 AP for 180 seconds).


  • Ice cold Nuka-Cola cannot be found in the wild, it must be created using Drinking Buddy.


  1. Joshua Sawyer tumblr answer
  2. Nuka-World loading screen hints: "Nuka-Cola Victory and Nuka-Cola Quartz are two examples of regional brands. These flavors, in particular, were only distributed in the southwestern area of the United States."
  3. World of Refreshment tour: "Out west, they enjoy regional favorites such as the classy Nuka-Cola Quartz and refreshingly patriotic Nuka-Cola Victory. Or, for those that prefer a timeless root-based beverage, they pick up a delicious Nuka-Cola Wild!"
    (World of Refreshment announcer's dialogue)
  4. Kanawha Nuka-Cola Plant terminals; Current Project Status, Angry Beaver