June 27, 2019

Women flock to down horse semen shots

Yeah of course I drank it - the light is not good in here that is why you didn't see it.

A Wellington pub is entering their popular apple-infused horse semen shots in the 14th annual Monteith’s Beer & Wild Food Challenge.

The Green Man Pub are entering their Asian duck and pork and paua spring rolls in the contest washed down with the Hoihoi tatea (horse semen) shots.

Green Man Pub chef, Jason Varley, said the drink was proving most popular with women.

“Ladies thought it was great a couple were going to go home and get their husbands to eat grass,” he said.

But Mr Varley added that some woman had their concerns.

“A couple of them were worried they might bear children with long faces,” he joked.

Men have not been so keen on the concoction.

“The men were very stand-offish. But a few have manned-up and said it is palatable.”

Mr Varley admits to trying the drink himself which he said was “ok”, and “like custard”.

The pub will only be serving the drink for the duration of the Beer and Wild Food Challenge, which runs for a month from 3rd June.

It is not the first time the drink has been served up. It has been on the menu at the the Hokitika Wild Foods Festival in New Zealand in the past.

While assertions have been made about the possible health benefits of drinking semen due to the possibility of boosted testosterone levels due to the DHEA hormone, Green Man co-owner Steve Drummond has not had any repeat customers for the drink.

“I don’t think anyone’s had a particular taste for it . . . no one’s addicted to it, lets put it that way,” he said.

Newswarped would like to leave downing such adventuresome brews to others if that is ok with you.