Baby mice wine

What would be the most discusting substance you could imagine flavouring your wine with? Well, I’m sure baby mice would not come too far off?

Baby mice wine is a traditional Korean health drink, which is brewed by drowning alive baby mice, maximum three days old, in rice moonshine and letting them to ferment in the bottle for about a year. According to local Korean belief, mouse wine is a cure to just about any illness imaginable, includin asthma and liver problems among others.

If mice wine does not do the trick for you, do not forget to try out the Cobra Schnaps we reported on a few days ago!

Source: www.associatedcontent.com

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32 Comments »

  1. Lina said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 10:19 pm

    This is not a traditional Korean healt drink. This is Chinese!!! Look at the bottle, those are Chinese characters, not Korean alphabets. And in Korea, nobody knows about this, then how could be traditional drink if nobody knows about it`s existance??? THIS IS CHINESE, NOT KOREAN!!!!!

  2. Wormbrain said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 9:35 pm

    What kind of cheese do you serve with this wine?

  3. clam said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:11 pm

    what kind of cheese? only casu marzu, of course.

  4. dontoff said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:13 pm

    i beg to differ. this wine is best with lutefisk, not cheese.

  5. sam#1 with a bullet said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:29 pm

    jeez….any self respecting epicure knows, like a horse and carriage, (love and marriage) the mandatory compliment to this wine is balu.

  6. bryonj said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:32 pm

    wow. i tried the balu and mice wine together…my parkinsons symptoms are much reduced, although my athlete’s foot has worsened.

  7. dennisdork said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:36 pm

    i have the exclusive british columbia distribution for balu: cod orders ok, no triflers please. e mail dennisdork@hotmail.com

  8. gordgrate said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:43 pm

    i work in a really stressful call centre and have started drinking mice wine during my shift..it is really relaxing and if you mix it with apple juice nobody can smell it on your breath

  9. albonaventure said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:52 pm

    i am 71 yr old and have been drinking mice wine since i visited vietnam in 1969. my girlfriend is 24 yr old. i think that says it all

  10. steefvancouverisland said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 7:59 pm

    click your heels together twice and say anal leakage three times quickly. feel better? of course you do.

  11. bayleaf said,

    April 26, 2008 @ 8:05 pm

    no comment. this site has obviously degenerated into the plaything of people drunk on mice wine.

  12. hayley said,

    May 30, 2008 @ 12:52 am

    this is shit as sit

  13. cookie said,

    August 9, 2008 @ 10:13 pm

    i would rather suck on the little mouse seriously i love it

  14. japannewsjunkie.com said,

    September 11, 2008 @ 6:09 pm

    Korean Baby Mice Wine…

    there is a more current review of this..erm?..unusual beverage but it doesnt have any pictures.

    remora…

  15. Eco said,

    September 12, 2008 @ 1:40 pm

    It’s not ture… I am a Korean and I haven’t seen it and even haven’t heard about that.

  16. Eco said,

    September 12, 2008 @ 1:41 pm

    Did you see the label..
    It’s not Korean…
    It’s Chinese language…..

  17. 하늘 (はねる) said,

    September 13, 2008 @ 7:41 pm

    It’s Chinese. I just asked my Chinese teacher about it. Seems like she enjoys fried ants, too.

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  19. Cherrylips494 said,

    June 7, 2009 @ 3:08 am

    This drink is actually chinese, and apparently it tastes like raw gasolene

  20. Julie said,

    February 2, 2010 @ 7:02 pm

    A little-known, unwelcome side effect is atrophy of the brain; it is little-known since most consumers of this “beverage” already suffer from brain athrophy. One of the symptoms is that they feel impelled to drink this sludge.

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  22. explosivo said,

    August 21, 2010 @ 3:25 pm

    my cat loves this wine

  23. Lai-Lai said,

    August 22, 2010 @ 10:51 pm

    As soon as we beat animal rights into the East, this stuff will be outlawed.

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  27. Mike said,

    September 15, 2010 @ 10:40 pm

    Are you retarded or something? The bottle is written in Chinese. Thus, its a product that uses chinese as its main language. This is like putting a German product pic and saying that its American.

  28. janna said,

    September 29, 2010 @ 7:37 am

    i’ve lived in korea for years as an english teacher (i am american) and although i have seen some unusual and exotic foods, i have never ever seen or heard of this product. i have asked my korean friends about it and neither have they heard about it. even if you are going to stick to the claim that this product is korean (when in fact, the label on the bottle is clearly written in all chinese), i’d be careful to call it “traditional”.

  29. Mad God said,

    October 18, 2010 @ 6:12 pm

    Hmm. Fascinating. Does anyone know if there is a brand of wine made with dead human babies?

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    November 13, 2010 @ 5:28 pm

    [...] What would be the most disgusting substance you could imagine flavouring your wine with? Well, I’m sure baby mice would not come too far off? Baby mice wine is a traditional Chinese health drink, which is brewed by drowning alive baby mice, maximum three days old, in rice moonshine and letting them to ferment in the bottle for about a year. According to local Chinese belief, mouse wine is a cure to just about any illness imaginable, including asthma and liver problems among others. (Link) [...]

  31. Stanley Steamer said,

    November 18, 2010 @ 12:47 am

    I just love how the first thing everyone notices is how the label is Chinese and not Korean. As opposed to noticing how this is a bottle of dead baby mice in gasoline. It doesn’t matter if the label is in Klingon, that’s messed up.

  32. Anonymous said,

    January 30, 2011 @ 11:35 pm

    Yeah, what Stanley said.

    By the way, if you look up this wine on the internet, you will see that many other websites list it as a Korean product. So it’s not necessarily the fault of this blogger that it was reported here as Korean. Apparently there is some inaccurate info about this wine floating about.

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