In Papua New Guinea, the locals in Madang province refer to their kava as waild koniak ("wild cognac" in English).
In Rotuma, kava has two contexts, ceremonial and informal. The kava ceremony, when it functions as part of any ceremonial event, is a highly political affair, with individuals served according to rank. In pre-European times, the kava was chewed by virgin girls, (marked by caked limestone on their hair), before it was mixed with the water to make the drink. Prior to European influences the kava ceremony was carried out with chewing and serving done by chiefly virgins, and mixing done by older, experienced and culturally aware women.
theCryptofishist wrote:Is the Spam just there for size comparison?
Foxfur wrote:It tastes like shit on roadkill.
How much did you drink?
It is very subtle. I usually drink about a pint and get somewhere around half the relaxation of 10mg of Valium.
TomServo wrote:Pickles are cucumbers soaked in EVIL!
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