Canadian bar creates artisan cocktails served with human toes

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DAWSON CITY, CANADA – What`s your drink of choice? Vodka, whiskey, gin, wine, beer?

How about a Sourtoe cocktail?

Never heard of it? Well, there`s only one place to get it, Dawson City, in the Yukon Territory of Canada.

So what kind of drink is it?

Get ready to throw up….it`s a drink garnished with not an olive, not an onion, but a preserved human toe.  Served at the Sourdough Saloon, the drink was born in 1973, by Captain Dick Stevenson.  Captain Dick found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar and instead of tossing the toe out he came up with the rules of the Sourtoe.

Take a beer glass full of champagne, drop in the toe, tip the glass back and the toe must touch the lips.

That`s one way to get ‘athletes lips.’

1 Comment

  • beckysmad

    I’m sorry but if that’s the only drink you can come up with that would tell me not one of them is very creative that also tells me there’s a crap load of toes missing fromm them mourge ill stick to my blooymaries without the blood and does that mean we got us some zombees running around in canida or canibles

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