The world's strangest drinks revealed

  • Infographic has scoured the globe to discover the world’s strangest drinks
  • Placenta 10000 in Japan is made from combination of pig placenta and jelly
  • China's three penis wine contains sex organs of a dog, a seal and a deer 

Trying out the local tipples is all part of the fun while travelling abroad.

But how would you fancy drinking a concoction of pig placenta and jelly in Japan, or the sex organs of three different animals in China?

A new infographic has scoured the world to gather information about the world’s strangest drinks.

Three penis wine in China contains the sex organs of a deer, a seal and a dog

Three penis wine in China contains the sex organs of a deer, a seal and a dog

Designed by pokies.net.au, it has collected a selection of the strangest, strongest and most suspect tipples.

The Placenta 1000 in Japan is made from a combination of pig placenta and jelly, while a favourite in China is three penis wine - containing the sex organs of a deer, a seal and a dog.

And in Vietnam, snake wine is a cocktail made from venomous snakes, with the fermentation process apparently cancelling out the toxic nature of the venom. 

In the southern states of the US peyote tea is made from a small, spineless cactus

In the southern states of the US peyote tea is made from a small, spineless cactus

WOULD YOU BE BRAVE ENOUGH TO TRY ANY OF THE FOLLOWING?

Placenta 10000 – This Japanese drink is made from a combination of pig placenta and jelly. With a peach flavour, it’s also supposed to have regenerative properties.

Three penis wine – A favourite in China, this brew contains the sex organs of three different animals (deer, seal and dog) and is said to boost male virility.

Snake wine – Made in Vietnam, this cocktail is made from venomous snakes, with the fermentation process apparently cancelling out the toxic nature of the venom.

As well as these, there’s the appetising cow water (made of cow urine) and hoihoi tatea (a New Zealand speciality made from horse semen).

Of course, not all the drinks sound like they will turn your stomach. Some of them might even blow your mind, too. 

In Peru, you can sample the legendary ayahuasca (also known as yagé). This contains banisteriopsis caapi, a source of the potent hallucinogenic drug DMT. 

A couple of sips can apparently trigger psychedelic experiences, with locals claiming that it helps the drinker rediscover his or her sense of self.

Not all of the drinks are from exotic countries, however. There’s even one or two from a bit closer to home. 

Simple raw cow's milk also makes the list. However, raw, unpasteurised milk is a hotbed for salmonella, E.coli and TB, so perhaps best to avoid.

In China, panda dung tea is, as the name says, made using the excrement of the bear

In China, panda dung tea is, as the name says, made using the excrement of the bear

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