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The World's Weirdest Drinks

Snake Wine

In Asia, rice wines containing snakes are quite common for liquor shops. The snakes are picked and leave their special taste within the wine. There have been a few cases where people were attacked by the snakes that were still alive after opening the bottle. 1)

Smoker’s Cough

To make this one-of-a-kind shot, mix 30 grams (1 oz) Jagermeister with a spoonful of mayonnaise in a bowl. Enjoy! 2)

Prairie Oyster

One raw egg yolk, Worcestershire sauce, tomato juice, vinegar, chili sauce, salt, and ground black pepper make up Prairie Oyster. This cocktail has been advertised as a hangover treatment and has featured in several films and television shows. 3)


Bilk seems to be ordinary, despite the fact that it mixes two ingredients that are naturally completely different. This beverage is made by Abishiri, a Japanese brewery that sells it in beer bottles. 4)

Mamma Mia! Pizza Beer

It's made up of two things that everybody drinks at movie night, and it's all packed in a beer bottle! It was first brewed in 2006 by Tom and Athena Seefurth in their home brewery in Campton Township, Illinois. 5)

Pickle Juice Soda

Since mid-2017, Grandpa Joe's Candy Shop in Pennsylvania has sold pickle juice soda, which has made a lot of customers happy. Instead of corn syrup, the drink is made of pickles and real cane sugar. 6)

Pepsi White

Pepsi White is a drink that is only available in Japan, and it was introduced in October 2008. It is not all that disgusting, according to those who have tried it, and leaves a lemon and vanilla aftertaste. Despite the fact that it is sold as a yogurt Pepsi, yogurt is not mentioned among the ingredients. 7)

Celery Soda

Cel-Ray by Dr. Brown has been around for over a century, first appearing in the 1860s. It has increased in popularity in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and South Florida, where it can be found in a number of Jewish delicatessens, proving to be a popular but uncommon beverage. 8)

Bird's Nest

Edible bird nests are extremely common in Chinese culture because they are rich in nutritional value and delicious. The nests are incredibly costly, costing $4,500 a pound. Aside from the drink, which is mostly shipped throughout the world, the majority of Chinese people eat bird nest broth, which can be sweet or savory. 9)

Curry Lemonade

Curry Ramune is a Japanese soft drink that combines lemonade and curry powder. The label on the bottle says that ’’even Indian people will be shocked’. 10)

the_world_s_weirdest_drinks.txt · Last modified: 2021/08/12 03:20 by aga