Josh Martin

Zombie Perfume and Wasp-Infused Liquor….Say What?!
Zombie Perfume and Wasp-Infused Liquor….Say What?!

We all just can’t seem to get enough of Zombies, so why not smell like one! Fragrance company Demeter has announced his and her zombie fragrances. Zombie for Him is a combination of dried leaves, mushrooms, mildew, moss and earth, while Zombie for Her is a slightly lighter version of the Men’s fragrance with a touch of Dregs from the bottom of the wine barrel for that feminine touch. Purchase them here: http://bit.ly/10YqZed

With your outside stinking, why not make your insides stink as well, a huntsman in Japan has been making up batches of wasp-infused shochu — a clear Japanese liquor comparable to vodka. The wasps are trapped in a mason jar filled with shochu until they die and release toxins that flavor the drink. The drink is then fermented for three years until it’s a “dark, muddy brown.” Fans of the drink claim that it clears up the skin and even helps fight fatigue. I think I’ll pass!

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