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Would you drink whisky flavored by beavers?

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What do you make of this?

https://www.themanual.com/food-and-drink/eau-de-musc-beaver-whiskey/

 

"Working with his team at Tamworth Distilling and Mercantile, Grasse has created Eau de Musc (“Water of Musk”), an 88-proof, straight bourbon whiskey that is infused with castoreum. Castoreum, for those that have never heard of it, is a substance excreted from a beaver’s castor sac (located just under the tail) and is used in conjunction with urine to mark territory in the wild."

 

Who's willing to play guinea pig and try it first?

 

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Probably a trapper extracted the castor and accidentally mixed it with his whiskey. 🤣

Then got "beaver fever" ...and a few other diseases that you can get from eating undercooked or raw beaver meat.

 

 

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On 8/21/2018 at 3:17 AM, Derboesekoenig said:

What do you make of this?

https://www.themanual.com/food-and-drink/eau-de-musc-beaver-whiskey/

 

"Working with his team at Tamworth Distilling and Mercantile, Grasse has created Eau de Musc (“Water of Musk”), an 88-proof, straight bourbon whiskey that is infused with castoreum. Castoreum, for those that have never heard of it, is a substance excreted from a beaver’s castor sac (located just under the tail) and is used in conjunction with urine to mark territory in the wild."

 

Who's willing to play guinea pig and try it first?

 

Chances are, you already have enjoyed many foods that use flavoring from Castoreum gland... 

 

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