Sometimes, the names of a beer or a specific drink aren’t just used for advertising. Sometimes, you need to take them literally, especially when trying reptile named liquors from Asia.
A premium lager that has a Serrano Chili Pepper dropped into every bottle.
Chocolate Donut Beer
A stout brewed in Virginia, made with real chocolate by the Shenandoah Brewing Company.
First devised by Tom and Athena Seefurth after they came across a surplus tomatoes and garlic.
Made from the fermented sap of the Maguey plant, Pulque has been consumed since the time of the Aztecs.
A single grain Vodka that uses farm raised scorpions, and the toxins are neutralized via a special process before being added to the vodka.
Mostly found in Asia, it is typically produced by infusing entire snakes into rice wine. The alcohol is believed to have medicinal properties that improve everything from hair loss to sexual virility.
Advertised as the strongest, most expensive and most shocking beer in the world, it costs $765 per bottle and is 55% strong. Oh, and it comes encased in a taxidermic squirrel repurposed from roadkill.
Three Lizard Liquor
Three gecko lizards are left to soak in rice liquor. More Oriental wisdom about energy from reptiles that makes everything about you better.