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Published: Apr 1, 2016
Watch: 'Bottled Instinct' Beer Brewed Using Vagina Bacteria From Czech Model
by Maria Gomez

See the strange video about a 'Beer containing femininity, passion, sexuality by using vaginal lactic acid bacteria in the brewing' has gone viral. (Rim Shot!)

A Poland-based company has begun a crowdfunding account to raise money for its latest venture: a beer brewed using lactobacillus from Czech model Alexandra Brendlova's vagina.


Warsaw-based the Order of Yoni -- FYI "Yoni" is a Sanskrit word for "vagina" -- is looking to generate around $170K with an IndieGoGo campaign for Bottled Instinct.

"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 fact that the company's IndiGoGo page uses very-sexualized language to sell the product smells a little fishy. (pardon the pun).

"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 golden drink brewed with her lure [sic], grace and flavored with instincts. Imagine the beer of which every sip is a randez-vous [sic] with this hot woman of your dreams… How much would you give for that beer?"

And in case you are wondering (and we know you are) - the beers will not, however, smell or taste like a vagina - the brewers admit.

And if you’re not a drinker, not to worry worry -- the Order of Yoni is also promising a line of energy drinks and yogurt.

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