The hotel has earned notoriety for serving a drink called the "Sourtoe Cocktail", which features a real mummified human toe. The unique cocktail was introduced in 1973. Over 69,000 paying customers are reported to have tried the concoction. A customer intentionally swallowed the toe in 2013, but the hotel had a replacement. Bartender Terry Lee says they are hoping to have another human toe donated, because several toes have been damaged, stolen, swallowed, or lost over the decades.
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