Polish beer company is brewing "Yoni" beer, made with the vaginal bacteria of "goddesses"

Kick Streamer and OnlyFans star Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa recently announced that she will be collaborating with Polish beer company "The Order of Yoni Beer" to create the next "essence beer"—a line of beers featuring the "essence" (i.e. vaginal bacteria) of "goddesses" like Siragusa.

Dexerto provides more information:

According to the Twitch streamer, Polish brewery 'The Order Of Yoni' wants her to send them her yeast for a new beer and she's surprisingly excited about the opportunity.

Siragusa confirmed that she will be working with the company to produce this beer and they have a history of using models' yeast for quite a few years now.

"I'm actually working with a beverage company. It's not my own. I'm still doing that project. There's a beer company. They're European. They want me to send in my vagina yeast," the streamer revealed.

"Like basically like pap smear myself. They want to make beer using my vaginal yeast… like the same profile, I guess."

I checked out the Yoni beer website, and it's…interesting. Here's some choice marketing copy to pull you in:

Imagine a Woman of Your Dreams… Your Object of Desire… Her Charm… Her Sensuality… Her Passion… Try Her Taste… Feel Her Smell… Hear Her Voice… Pugnacity… Charm… Sensuality… Femininity… Beauty… Elegance… Grace…

Now free your fantasies and imagine that with a magic wand you can close it in one bottle of beer. The golden drink brewed with her lure and grace and flavored with instincts.

The company also describes the process of creating beer from vaginal bacteria:

Much time is devoted in seeking such a woman, one who possesses all the desired instincts, a Goddess, which we wanted to frame in our bottle.

We have discovered a process of transmission of her essence, her femininity, her instincts, by the isolation of lactic acid bacteria from her Yoni. 

The crucial part of the process is to ensure the safety of our product. During isolation, the material is examined for the absence of other bacteria and viruses. These procedures prevent other bacteria and viruses from surviving, thus allowing only the lactobacillus bacteria to grow. Once again, in terms of assurance and safety, is the final examination of the multiplied lyophilized bacteria before use in the preparation of the material. Lyophilized bacteria is examined for the presence of foreign DNA and/or RNA. This assures that only lactobacillus bacteria is used and is completely safe and healthy.

Once the bacteria is isolated, cleaned, and identified. It is then multiplied to the quantity that allows for the preparation of culture starter kits that are used in the brewery during beer fermentation. The Yoni Lactobacillus is used in the production of limited edition sour ales, lambics, flanker ales and sour stouts. 

Amouranth isn't the first "goddess" featured in Yoni's "Essence" beers. The goddesses page of their website currently features three others: Monika Synytycz (Poland), Paulina Aleksandra (Poland), and Patrycja Dyska (Poland).

So, what do you think? Would you drink Yoni "essence" beer? As tempting as some might find it, I'm going to politely pass.