Top 8 most unusual drinks in the world

Top 8 most unusual drinks in the world

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There are several million different drinks in the world, from the most delicious to the most disgusting.

When you come across disgusting drinks, can you understand who created it and why?! Here is a list of drinks, after reading the name of which many of you will not even touch them, and some, on the contrary, will discover something new for themselves.


This is a fermented sweetened black tea. Right now it’s mass production. And so kombucha is already bottled by the manufacturer. And you just have to buy it, and not often wash, separate and propagate kombucha.

Kombucha is produced by fermentation of sugared drink using a (SCOBY) symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast  commonly called a “mother” or “mushroom”.

Kopi Luwak

One of the most expensive coffee known in the world. Coffee beans for this coffee are prepared with particular complexity. First, the grains are given to eat by Indonesian animals, inside which the grains are partially digested and saturated with special enzymes. Then the grains leave the body and are cleaned, refried, packaged and sent to restaurants and cafes.

Snake blood

On the island of Java, real snake blood is offered as a gourmet treat for tourists. Locals believe that it increases male power.


Digestive Unicum is prepared from 40 herbal plants according to a special secret recipe. This drink cannot be used even as an ingredient in any cocktail, as Unicum has a very strong medicinal taste.


Kvass is a fermented cereal-based low alcoholic beverage with a slightly cloudy appearance, light-brown colour and sweet-sour taste. It may be flavoured with berries, fruits, herbs or honey.

Mice wine

In China and Korea, small corpses of two- and three-day-old mice are added to rice wine for better infusion. Their floating bodies on the surface discourage any desire to try this wine!


Unlike goat’s and cow’s milk, mare’s milk smells much worse. And the drink from it turns out to be sour-sweet with foam and only a few like it. Kumis is a fermented dairy product traditionally made from mare milk or donkey milk. The drink remains important to the peoples of the Central Asian steppes, of Turkic and Mongol origin.


Do you want to experience a strong sour aftertaste after tasting a drink? Then try Chicha. This cloudy drink is most often made from cassava or maize. Chicha is a fermented (alcoholic) or non-fermented beverage of Latin America, emerging from the Andes and Amazonia regions.

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