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Fancy a shot of stomach contents? What about a glass of urine? No? You should – it’s not as bad as it sounds. Or looks.

These cocktails were made by mixologist James Dance. His day job is running Loading, a gaming bar in Falmouth. His other job is creating ghoulish cocktails for events. These six drinks were made for Eat Your Heart Out, the world’s first anatomically correct cake show.

ABOVE: Anyone for a Stool Sample cocktail?

There’s Stool Sample: a mixture of cocoa, coffee liqueur, vodka, and cream liqueurs, strawberry syrup and fudge pieces (it’s all about the consistency, apparently); Sanitizer, a palate-cleansing mix of lychee liqueur, cherry brandy, grenadine, vodka and white rum; Urine, made with whiskey, brandy and limoncello, which comes in its own sample tube and Stomach Contents, a vile-looking tipple, made with vodka and filled with chocolate pieces and Skittles.

ABOVE: Wow your date with this Charred Remains drink

The two most “normal” cocktails are Fat – Kahlua, caramel rum, hazelnut syrup and white rum topped with a set layer of white "fatty" chocolate – and Charred Remains, a spicy Bloody Mary, garnished with bacon.

ABOVE: The Urine cocktail. Mmm, delicious...

James started out creating gothic cocktails to complement gaming events two years ago and was introduced to the team at Eat Your Heart Out last year. “These cocktails are creative – it’s good fun to make them and I like having a side line to running the bar,” says James. “Yes, they’re supposed to be show stopping but they also taste good. Although I don’t put them on our bar menu!”

Whet your appetite with more photos of James' cocktails, below...

ABOVE: The Fat drink might not look appealing - but it comes with white rum and chocolate

ABOVE: The not-so-appetising Sanitizer promises to "cleanse your palate"

ABOVE: The Stomach Contents tipple is a must-try

What do you think? Would you try out any of these cocktails? Let us know on Twitter or in the comments section below

If you want to try one of these cocktails, all six will be on sale at Eat Your Heart Out, taking place 26-28 October 2012 at The Pathology Museum, 3rd Floor Robin Brook Centre, London, EC1M 6BQ

To find out more about the event visit evilcakes.wordpress.com or facebook.com/misscakehead Follow @miss_cakehead on Twitter

All cocktails from James Dance of Loading, loadingonline.co.uk / @drinkrelaxplay

Image credit: Will Edgecombe

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