Friday, November 27, 2009

Dear People of Iceland

Today I learned the following on Wikipedia


Brennivín (see also Brännvin) is an Icelandic schnapps, considered the country's signature alcoholic beverage. It is made from fermented potato pulp, and flavoured with caraway seeds. It is sometimes called svarti dauði ("black death").
At times it is drunk as a "chaser" after sampling "hákarl", which consists of putrified shark meat, to mask the meat's taste."

no tea for you! wash that putrified shark down with black death!