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Farmer Makes Vodka from Cow Milk

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Jason Barber, a farmer from Dorset, England, has spent three years creating the world’s first milk vodka. Now, his Black Cow label is the poison of choice for celebrities like Elizabeth Hurley and James Bond star Daniel Craig.

http://www.odditycen...m-cow-milk.html

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i thought this had been round for centuries, but was decided mares milk was better for the drink as it contains more sugar. the Mongolians used to make a milk alcohol drink called kumis.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kumis

im from dorset so im gunna try get my hands on this drink tho lol

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Ohhh,I want to try it ..

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I'll try it once, maybe twice.

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Vodka and corn-flakes.... mmmmmm

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MMM milk and vodka my favourite :)

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MMM milk and vodka my favourite :)

Seriously? *throws up* lol

I tried brandy with milk once. I stress the 'once'.

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What's wrong with just milk! I Like a glass of milk straight from the fridge.

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Seriously? *throws up* lol

I tried brandy with milk once. I stress the 'once'.

No,not together I meant them apart...I still love drinking milk and I do like Vodka ,but I'm more of a brandy type :P

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