Here’s yet another odd consumable, I really think the world could live without (you can blame me for being narrow minded). These frog cocktail are made by skinning live Telmatobius frogs and droppin them into a blender with other ingredients. This health-drink, which is said to have aphrodisiac properties, is Â§mighty popular at the Andes.
The frogs used for the cocktail are endangered species as well, and therefore the local officials are trying to stop the tradition, with little success so far.
Source: www.chinadaily.com.cn (Via: www.odditycentral.com)
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!
Here’s a drink that you can propose a memorable toast with. I particularly love the detail where the cobra is holding a smaller snake in it’s mouth. The drink was found a vietnamese liquor store.
I wonder if anyone has ever actually drank this stuff?
This one is for all you who want your ice cubes shaped like false teeth (If there are any of you – that is).
Don’t feel confident enough to be calling yourself a pro in alcohol drinking? No problem, the Plus-supermarket in Germany has a solution! Rookie Alco-pops in three different rookie preferred flavours are available for all you beginners to start drinking now! The flavours are: Iced Orange Energy, Caribie, or Ice.
Could this be the first true “gateway alcohol”?