Origin: Liverpool, UK
Description: Oily Surrealistic color. May qualify as a wine product. Red goes down like paint, but white is easier. Served chilled with cracklin's, English style.
Product: Lady Blue
Winery: Singsa Bluff
Description: Cheap blue wine from the center of the USA. Great packaging. Discard the contents and display the bottle.
Description: Remarkable blended wine from the deserts of Iran. Brutal pallet but she's got a long satin finish on her.
Description: A cloudy and mystical affair best served warm in a covered flagon. It has the consistancy of saliva and the first gulp will put you in a trance.
Description: Fermented melon with a hint of iron, this saffron colored liquor is best served native-style, with a bowl of marrow and chickma.
Product: Green Ghost
Winery: Queen St. Mary
Description: Green colored bottle conceals an egg-flavored beverage with a salted whiskey finish.
Product: Mount Blanc
Origin: Salt Lake City
Description: Mormon principal Paul Warmwood produces a traditional Mormon celebration wine. Mount Blanc tastes like leak gravy and is altogether ghastly.
Winery: Pipio Elay
Description: Traditional mint dessert from the mother island, now fermented and mixed with steamed muscle juice. Most effective as a remedy for skin spots rather than a cocktail.
Product: Hombre Loco
Winery: Pero Susio
Origin: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Description: While the aroma is fetid, the tast will suprise you. Meat overtones harmonize with the underlying corn-based rootstock to form an unusual concoction.
Product: Faca Beer
Origin: Chad, Africa
Description: Faca Beer is perhaps the poorest quality beverage we have experienced. Its tame dishwater color hides the brutally spicy liquor within. The beverage has been linked to 60 deaths a year since its debut in 1983.