Last week we took you on a ride on the top 10 weird foods that Nigerians consume. Today we’ll be talking about the top 6 weird drinks consumed in the world. You’ll be surprised to know what some people consume with pleasure in some part of the world.

1. Snake Wine

Snake Wine

Snake wine is a medicinal liquor produced by infusing a whole dead venomous snake, such as a cobra, in either rice wine or grain alcohol for several months. It’s been widely believed by some individuals to improve health and virility. It is said to cure everything from short sightedness to hair loss, as well as to increase sexual performance.

2. Baby Mouse Wine

Baby Mice wine

Thinking of remedies for your athsma or liver disease, baby mouse wine is just for you. Sadly, it is made by drowning 2 to 3 days old baby mice into rice wine allowing them to ferment for roughly a year.

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3. Three Lizard Wine

Three Lizard Wine

It is said that lizards and geckos give out heat energy which is very good for the human health. This wine is produced by putting three life lizards in a container filled with alcohol which is then sealed tightly.

4. Ttongsul (Faeces Wine)

Ttongsul aka Faeces wine

Ttongsul is a Korean rice wine mixed with the fermented turd of a human child. It contains an alcoholic content of around 9 percent. The medicinal drink is considered capable of treating bruises, cuts and other ailments.

5. Three-Penis Liquor

Three-Penis Liquor

When you get over the bizarre thought of a drink with a dead animal in it, you’ll soon be able to come to terms with a drink with several dead animals private part. Containing seal penis, deer penis and Cantonese dog penis. This drink is also beneficial to the health. It increases male potency and virility.

6. Tarantula Brandy

Tarantula Brandy

Imagine being served with a drink spiced up with a spider. Tarantula drink is a popularly consumed drink in Cambodia. The liquor is rice flavoured spiced up with a dead tarantula.

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