When artisanal Spam was introduced earlier this year, we all knew that was an April Fool’s Day joke. But it’s no longer April so what’s up with this eggnog made from platypus eggs? Just the idea of such a thing makes me wistful for Fool’s jokes.
News out of San Francisco tell us that shoppers are getting a rare chance to savor the world’s most expensive eggnog. Made with “100% honest, earth-embracing ingredients.” NØG is made with locally foraged platypus eggs, reverse-osmosis cream and royal-heirloom nutmeg molecules. Of course it is. If you can’t trust a NØG-meister in a bowler hat, who can you trust?
Per the usual with locally sourced hand-crafted edibles, supposedly you’ll have to endure a multi-year waiting list before you take one precious sip of this artisanal NØG. However, hyper-local loving foodies are in luck, as the NØG team are currently hosting a pop-up at Betabrand in San Francisco. Consider this your once in a lifetime opportunity to taste the exclusive yuletide drink for a mere $35 a cup or free with any Betabrand purchase.
Should you find yourself overly parched and feel urge to partake in a tasty hipster beverage while doing your holiday shopping, head on over to Betabrand and tell ‘em Nerdist sent you.