Urine Eat Your Heart Out Drink 26th – 29th October at St Bart’s Pathology Museum in London

Urine’ cocktail in sample bottle, offered warm

Charred Eat Your Heart Out Drink 26th – 29th October at St Bart’s Pathology Museum in London

Charred Remains made from vodka and Jack Daniels with a crispy meat garnish

Suicide Eat Your Heart Out Drink 26th – 29th October at St Bart’s Pathology Museum in London

Stomach Contents contains the perfect teenage diet of chocolate pieces and skittles, the drink garnished with empty pill casings. A shot of absinthe on the top will be reflective of the green hue of stomach bile.

Stool Eat Your Heart Out Drink 26th – 29th October at St Bart’s Pathology Museum in London

Stool Sample being a creamy drink with cocoa, strawberry syrup & fudge pieces used to give the medically correct consistency of a sample.

Sanitiser Eat Your Heart Out Drink 26th – 29th October at St Bart’s Pathology Museum in London

Sanitizer cocktail is designed to cleanse your palette.

Lard Eat Your Heart Out Drink 26th – 29th October at St Bart’s Pathology Museum in London

Fat comes with a solid fatty layer on top made from melted white chocolate

 

Are you up for the challenge of trying out these disgustingly delicious cocktails at this years Eat Your Heart Out cake shop at St. Bart’s Pathology Museum hapenning October 26–28, 2012 in London?  EYHO is put on by the lovely Miss Cakehead and the cocktails are being created by James Dance of Loading, a Falmouth based internet café and games arcade.

Commenting on the collaboration with Miss Cakehead James says:

“For Eat Your Heart Out the real challenge was to try and make some drink that worked with the anatomical nature of the event, focusing on bodily fluids being too limiting. Instead I took a crime scene body outline as inspiration and tried to cover every area of the body. Of course cocktails such as the ‘Stool Sample’ and ‘Urine’ were so obvious I could not resist including them. As with the cakes each drink will be disgusting to look they will all taste amazing, horror being in peoples minds and the connections they make.”

I really wish I could be in London to attend EYHO.  Anyone in or near London, go to this!  It sounds like it’s going to be quite a fun and unique experience.

 

To find out more about the event please visit:

www.evilcakes.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/misscakehead