Friends, you know me. You know that there's pretty much no type of caffeinated beverage that I won't try. I mean, I try not to pay for anything that has artificial sweeteners in it--but I approach caffeine the same way I used to approach alcohol. "Oh, this is interesting, what is this?" I would ask, normally after having finished half of it. Lots of gusto.
But you'll pardon me if I figure that once something has been consumed by one animal--and then ejected or rejected from that animal's body--why would I want to drink that? What has caused me to think about this? It's Scott sending me the information about "weasel puke coffee," now on sale at ThinkGeek. Here's what they have to say about it:
And it seems to keep going. We've got monkey poop coffee, we've got weasel puke coffee now...so what's next? I decided to brainstorm about ten additional sorts of coffee that might sell well. Let's face it--if being puked up by weasels can be an effective marketing campaign, then the sky is indeed the limit.
These are free ideas--just please credit me or send me a t-shirt or something.
Top 10 Untapped Exotic Types of Coffee Involving Animals:
Coffee that was...
1. â€¦hand selected by great apes from a large array of coffee beans, the cast-offs are used to make Folger's
2. â€¦found lodged in the ears of tapirs
3. â€¦retrieved from the carcasses of zebra by hyenas
4. â€¦used to fill beanbags sat upon by bonobos
5. â€¦shoved up the noses of orangutan, then sneezed out again (an actual mating ritual)
6. â€¦called names and harassed by dolphins in their native clicking language
7. â€¦used as paperweights by platypi
8. â€¦washed by raccoons--which sounds good until you realize they wash them in urine
9. â€¦carried out around by kangaroos in their pouches like you or I tote around pocket lint
10. â€¦â€¦sexually molested by eels
There you go. Let me know how that works out for you. Good luck!
- Buy weasel puke coffee from ThinkGeek. If you must.