We Don’t Stock These Drinks
Because Japan is an island nation, it has been historically hard to support a large dairy industry because of the limited amount of available land. Therefore, many Japanese people have never developed much of a taste for milk products. Today, however, some companies are hoping to introduce more dairy into the Japanese marketplace.
This new cheese drink comes in 3 different flavors; plain, blueberry, and yuzu citrus. They use a special process to cut down on the sweet taste of the flavored drinks. It is said to have a taste similar to yogurt, but with a cheesy aftertaste.
Okkikunare brand drinks contain a soy additive that the company claims can increase breast size. “Okkikunare” literally means “make them bigger!”
Ramune is a popular Japanese soda that is usually fruit flavored, and is recognized by its unique bottle shape and glass bead stopper. However, Ramune also makes two strongly flavored sodas: Curry and Wasabi!
Mother’s Milk: the breast-tasting drink ever!
If I was a baby, maybe, but not from an udder – I mean, another – mother!
I shudder to think of the scene inside one of the manufacturer’s factories… those poor farm girls, milkmaids or whatever have you, shackled up to cold, pitiless machines that never, ever stop… and then I woke up.