Tamworth Distilling in New Hampshire is releasing a new limited-edition whiskey that's flavored with... beaver anal secretions!
That's right, this whiskey is infused with castoreum, which is the oil that beavers have in little sacs by their tails that they use to mark their territory.
Castoreum is apparently a pretty common food additive, used as a cheap substitute for vanilla, strawberry, and raspberry. The FDA lets companies just list it in ingredients as "natural flavoring" and not "beaver anal secretions."
The distillery says, "it exudes a leathery, raspberry taste, and acts to fortify the whiskey flavors."
It will be available for a limited time at a handful of liquor stores and it's called: Eau de Musc, or "Water of Musk."