Food: 6 bizarre drinks from around the world
Your knowledge of 'desi daaru' being a bizarre drink will immediately change once you get to see the names of bizarre alcohols offered in different parts of the world
There is a whole lot of weird ways to get your booze. You might click on your brain’s pause button to think that these bizarre boozes actually exist. Your knowledge of 'desi daaru' being a bizarre drink will immediately change once you get to see the names of bizarre alcohols offered in different parts of the world.
Colorado Bulldog: Mix any brand of vodka with coffee liquor to make this delectable Colorado Bulldog drink. However, beware of Colorado Bulldog’s bite hidden behind the creamy taste. Its good taste can make you gulp more and more glasses and let you feel the powerful hit after quite some time. So, beware of the dog’s bite!
Gold Platinum Tequila: This intoxicating drink has a unique flavour that made it outshine all other forms of tequila. It is made from blue cactus-like agave plan and for quite some time has been a traditional drink of farmers and labourers.
Gold Platinum Tequila.Pic/YouTube
Baby Mouse Wine: This wine is pretty much available in countries like Hong Kong, China and Vietnam. People do drink such wines because of their medicinal properties and not always for taste.
Baby Mouse Wine.Pic/YouTube
Pizza Beer: It was started in the year 2006 in Illinois. It was made with surplus garlic, tomatoes and herbs. This ‘mess’ turned out to be the best thing and this home-brewed Pizza Beer is said to be the ‘World’s First Culinary Beer’.
Red Snapper: This is a tall refreshing drink made of Gin. Next time you feel fatigue, order a Red Snapper and switch your dancing feet on. The best time to drink Red Snapper is during brunch. N.B.: This Red Snapper drink has got nothing to do with the Red Snapper fish.
Pulque: This alcoholic beverage made from the fermented sap of the maguey plant is traditional to Mexico. Strange, isn’t it? It has the colour of milk but nowhere tastes like milk. It has a sour fermented yeast-like taste.
The world is a weird place and so are those drinks. They might not be readily available in India but many countries across the globe can’t hold their love for such bizarre drinks or bizarre alcohols.
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