Snake wine is predominantly found in Asia and is typically produced by infusing entire snakes into rice wine. The alcohol is believed to have medicinal properties that improve everything from hair loss to sexual virility.
To make this reptilian beverage, lizards (three to be precise), typically of the gecko-variety, are left to soak in rice liquor. The traditional eastern medicine theory states that this allows the lizard's energy to be absorbed by the alcohol and thus transferred to whoever drinks it.
This milky substance is made from the fermented sap of the Maguey plant. Pulque has been consumed since the time of the Aztecs, but fell into decline with the introduction of beer.
Ehh, I'd probably try that.
Billed by BrewDog as the "strongest, most expensive and most shocking beer in the world," this $765/bottle brew is 55 percent alcohol and comes encased in a taxidermic squirrel repurposed from roadkill.