I believe your guide book for Prague says a lot about Czech beer and maybe even about Czech wine. I highly recommend to taste both as these are the top must-to-drink things while visiting Czech Republic. But does your guide book says at least a little bit about traditional Czech drinks? Learn about their funny names and discover what they are made from.
My name is Dana and I am a local non-touristy guide running my own small business called Prague Behind The Scenes. Besides guiding I also like writing about some less known facts that usually only locals know.
With this particular article I don´t want to support the heavy “drink tourism” in Prague which is unfortunately happening every weekend in Prague. It´s just a quick fun insight into our “pub culture”. Please treat Prague with respect and drink resposibly. Thank you and welcome!
4. SOFTENER (OR WATER GOBLIN´S SPERM)
Taste: smooth toothpaste After effect: there are only two options, you will either love it or vomit big time
5. MAGICAL EYE
= Magické oko. We can call this drink a physical experiment, piece of pub art or just simply disgusting pub trick and waste of good beer. You will need one big beer and one shot of green mint liqueur (you already know it). Then you gonna put (not pour!!!) the glass with mint liqueur into the beer. The green liqueur will be shining in your beer like a magical eye….Here you can see how.
Taste: toothapaste and beer After effect: I think you will not even finish it, so you will be ok