One of the oldest and the most widely consumed alcoholic drinks worldwide is beer. There are many variations in the flavours and brewing methods, all of which result in different tastes. This is essential to cater to the taste buds of varied drinkers. But who would have expected something like Vaginal Beer? We sure didn’t and hope neither did you. And yes, it is as gross as it sounds. How could someone even come to think of something like this is beyond comprehension for most.
But definitely not for Wojtek Mann, the man behind the vaginal beer. Mann has titled the beer ‘The Order of Yoni’, wherein the Sanskrit word ‘yoni’ means vagina.
This is not Mann’s first attempt to get Order of Yoni off the ground. About two years ago, he started a campaign to fund the project but came up short. However, recently he found an investor and has now launched the beers. According to reports, the beer comes from the vaginal lactic acid smears of famous underwear models.
In an attempt to entice customers to buy the beer, the website paints a fantasy picture. The ‘about’ section of the beer on the official website reads:
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‘Imagine the woman of your dreams, your object of desire. Her charm, her sensuality, her passion… Try how she tastes, feel her smell, hear her voice… Now imagine her giving you a passionate message and gently whispering anything you’d like to hear. Now free your fantasies and imagine all of that can be closed in a bottle of beer. A golden drink brewed with her lure and grace and flavoured with wild instincts.’
Currently, the Vaginal beer has two different kinds, drawn from the essence of two models, namely, Paulina and Monika.
While we don’t understand the need for such a concept of beer, some have already bought it. One of the first consumers of the Order of Yoni, Grzegorz Majewski, was not quite impressed by the beer. This is what a foreign publication quoted him saying:
“People will try it out of curiosity, but I don’t think it will be a regular addition on the table for beer lovers.”
Well, Majewski might have tried it out of curiosity, but for us, there is nothing to be curious about. Because some things are best left unexplored. What do you think?