Fancy a cup of Joe - except it's completely made of garlic?
A Japanese man was inspired to create "garlic coffee" following a cooking blunder some 30 years ago and it's now ready to tantalise our tastebuds.
The drink apparently looks and tastes just like your regular cup of brew, but made from locally grown garlic, said its inventor who hails from northeastern Japan.
Yokitomo Shimotai, 74, told Kyodo News: "My drink is probably the first of its kind in the world."
"It contains no caffeine so it's good for those who would like to drink coffee at night or pregnant women."
Therefore, if you're not into caffeinated drinks - a cup of garlic coffee would be perfect (or not) for you.
Shimotai, who used to be a coffee shop owner in Aomori Prefecture, launched the drink early this year in January.
The cooking mistake happened when he burnt a piece of steak with some garlic while cooking and serving customers at the same time, Kyodo News reported.
He proceeded to mash the burnt garlic with a spoon and mixed it with hot water. When he downed the mixture, he was surprised at its bitter "coffee-like taste", the report continued.