In a world’s first, we now have the ‘Vagina Beer’ made from vaginal lactic acid
Today it is International Beer Day and we are out with some amazing news for all the beer lovers around the world. So without much delay, we present to you the Order of Yoni, the world’s first vagina beer! Yes, you heard that right. Beer made with vaginal bacteria of super-hot Czech models. The project started two years back in 2016 has finally hit the stores and we cannot keep calm.
Dubbed as the world’s first vagina beer, The Order of Yoni, made from the ‘vaginal lactic acid of hot underwear models’, went on sale from July 28 in some of the Polish cities. The eccentric maker chose Yoni, a Sanskrit word, as a brand name as it means vagina or womb.
The website reads:
“Imagine woman of your dreams, your object of desire. Her charm, her sensuality, her passion… Try her taste, feel her smell, hear her voice… Imagine her massaging you passionately and whispering into your ear everything you want…”
“A golden drink brewed with her lure and grace and flavoured with wild instincts. Imagine a beer which every sip offers a rendezvous with this hot woman of your dreams… she hugs you and kisses you gently, looking straight into your eyes…”
Each bottle is priced at Rs 466 and the label that is attached to the bottle takes sexualizing of the product to a whole new level. The label comes with images of models in a lingerie with a message “You are drinking the essence of Paulina”.
But much to the disappointment of the beer lovers, the first one who tried it did not find it something to drool over. Grzegorz Majewski, who is among those who first tasted the draught, said:
“You can try it once out of curiosity, but I do not think that it will be a ‘frequent guest’ on the tables of beer lovers”
The wacky beer has been made in two versions: Bottled Lust and Bottled Passion, both containing 8 percent alcohol by volume.
Now when it comes to the views of women, most of them slammed the concept calling it “sick and misogynistic”. There were a few who also questioned the safety of drinking it. The brewery stressed that the models had undergone gynaecological examinations, and then the material was double-checked in the Poznan lab to make sure the lactic acid bacteria were isolated from the smear. The website also added that each bottle will be dated with the date the model was swabbed for that particular batch.
Let us know your comments about this new concept.