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Mike Pomranz
June 22, 2017

Some people swear that certain types of alcohol can serve as aphrodisiacs. Though I doubt any of them work as well as liquor illegally spiked with Viagra.

Two distillers in China are accused of selling that exact concoction, lacing bottles of the grain-based spirit Baijiu with Sildenafil, otherwise known as those diamond-shaped blue pills that have been helping men get erections since 1998.

According to Reuters, Chinese officials confiscated 5,357 bottles of the allegedly tampered-with product, as well as 1,124 kilograms of raw alcohol and a batch of white powder labeled Sildenafil, all of which have a value of over $112,000 and probably would make for one of the wildest parties you’d ever go to. The Liuzhou Food and Drug Administration, which was behind the raid, said that the Viagra-fueled booze was being marketed as having health-preserving qualities. Because everyone knows there’s nothing healthier than being totally hammered and yet surprisingly aroused.

[h/t First We Feast]

 

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