When it comes to beer and ale, everyone has their preferences. Some people prefer a light, crisp summer pale ale, while others opt for a dark, full-bodied stout.
Beer can come in interesting flavors, like chocolate milk or even bacon and maple syrup. But, nothing tops this new beer, launched by a brewery in Warsaw, Poland, called The Order of Yoni.
Yoni means vagina in Sanskrit, which is fitting, because the brew is made from the 'vaginal lactic acid of hot underwear models.'
Yes, vagina beer is now a thing.
The unique brewery's website provides a fantasy for potential customers, complete with a descriptive image of a "perfect woman":
"Imagine the woman of your dreams, your object of desire. Her charm, her sensuality, her passion. Now you can try how she tastes, feel her smell, hear her voice..."
"Now free your fantasies and imagine all of that can be encompassed in a bottle of beer."
The new brew premiered on July 29 in Katowice, Poland. Grzegorz Majewski was one of the first customers to taste the vaginal beverage and stated it wasn't all that—and won't become a household item anytime soon:
"People will try it out of curiosity, but I don't think it will be a regular addition on the table for beer lovers."
Each bottle cost about $6.28 and is labeled with the woman whose essence was used to make it.
Founder Wojtek Mann gave a short run-down on how the beer is made. Gynecologists took smears from two models, Monika and Paulina, and isolated the lactic acid bacteria in a lab.
One can find more information on the brewing process on the website:
"The secret of the beer lies in her vagina. Using hi-tech microbiological techniques, we isolate, examine and prepare lactic acid bacteria from the vagina of a unique woman."
The brewery assured that ladies have been checked for diseases and infections. Isolating the bacteria removes anything unpalatable—making it a safe and hygienic process.
People aren't sure of what to make of this new... adult beverage.
Some are thrilled.
Some are disgusted because...
I don't have to explain that, do I?
But Twitter brought the humor needed.
Those interested can find the infused sour ale in certain pubs around Poland.
Sounds interesting, but I'll politely decline.