Wine glass made of cheese goes viral

A video posted on YouTube describing how to make wine glasses from cheese has gone viral, having been watched by over 56,000 people in a week.

Created by melting Cheddar and then setting it in a silicone mould, the ‘glass’ is described by the clip’s makers Popsugar Food as being “the best way to have wine and cheese, hands down”.

The mould is perhaps the most confusing element of this inventive recipe, as instead of a long, soothing glass of red, the forms used are for shot glasses. This allows the delightful experience of necking a mouthful of wine and then munching the glass in what we hope is a similarly enthusiastic manner.

The video seems to have turned people against the ever-popular wine and cheese combination, as it has garnered mainly negative comments from the public.

Check out our round-up of the world’s most disgusting alcoholic drinks for more horrifying pairings.

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