Imagine you fantasize about a Celebrity (female), and you now have the ‘privilege’ of tasting her ‘womanliness’, from a commercial beer.
Polish company to brew beer from Czech model’s vagina bacteria
WARSAW, Poland, — A Poland-based company is crowdfunding to raise money for its latest venture: beer brewed using lactic acid bacteria from the vagina of a Czech model.
Warsaw-based The Order of Yoni — “Yoni” being a Sanskrit word for “vagina” — is seeking to raise about $170,000 with an IndieGoGo campaign for Bottled Instinct, a beer brewed using lactic acid bacteria collected from the vagina of Alexandra Brendlova.
“We have discovered a process of transmission of her essence of her femininity, her instincts by isolation of lactic acid bacteria from her vagina,” the company says in a YouTube video promoting the campaign. “Our laboratory isolates and multiplies the bacteria in a safe way.”
The company uses hyper-sexualized language to describe the end product.
“Imagine a 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. Now free your fantasies and imagine that with a magic wand you can close it in one bottle of beer,” the IndiGoGo page reads.
The Order of Yoni says the initial run of beers would include sour ales, lambics, flanders ales and sour stouts.
Each bottle of beer will be stamped with Brendlova’s name as well as “the date of the collection of her vaginal swab.”
“By using Yoni bacteria in the process, the beers contain femininity and woman’s instincts,” the company says.
The beers do not, however, feature the taste or odor of a vagina, the brewers say.
The company says their future plans include brewing other types of beers using bacteria harvested from other women, as well as other products incorporating said bacteria including kefirs and yogurts.
The campaign had raised $12.47 of its $169,989.75 goal after six days Wednesday, with 25 days of fundraising remaining.