Unusual: A Malaysian bar is inspired by anti-Covid vaccines for its drinks

A bar in George Town, Malaysia was inspired by anti-Covid vaccines for its drinks. He was forced to limit himself to deliveries, not without success.

A syringe, a bottle and an ice cube. It’s a cocktail “to break the tedium of confinement” marketed by a bar in George Town, the capital of the multicultural island of Penang, Malaysia. The cocktails are inspired by the names of the most used vaccines, in a country still subject to restrictions linked to the pandemic and which still registers hundreds of deaths a day.

“Since we know that Pfizer is an American-German company, we played with American bourbon and Jägermeister, a German herbal liqueur (…) for Sinosour, a vaccine made in China, we use baijiu, sour plum and peach” , explains Koh Yung Shen, owner of Backdoor Bodega. AstraZeneca becomes ExtraGineca, a drink made from dry London gin and Pimm’s, typically British liqueurs. Cocktails are sold in 100-milliliter “single-dose” bottles. The bar makes an average of 20 to 30 deliveries per day. It costs about 8 euros per bottle.

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