While dead mice wine is a medicinal drink that is supposed to cure asthma and liver diseases, chances are it'll be tough to get people to take a sip.
This liqueur is said to be of Chinese origin and sadly, in order to make it, you'd need around a dozen dead baby mice. The mice must be less than three days old, and they are actually drowned in rice wine and left there for anywhere between 12 and 14 months. After this time has passed, the drowned mice are apparently safe to drink.
Even if mice aren't your favorite animals, having a few sitting at the bottom of your drink is probably not your idea of getting revenge on the tiny creatures. People who have tasted dead mice wine say it tastes like gasoline, so I'd suggest looking for other ways to get rid of asthma than sipping on deceased rodents.
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