MONTY PYTHON FOOD & BEVERAGES

Monty Python's Chocolate Dead Parrots

The Creative Confectionery Company of Kendal, Cumbria in the United Kingdom produced these Dead Parrot-shaped chocolates in 1999, as part of a series of Monty Python themed confections. Made with real milk chocolate; each can holds 100 grams.

  • The Creative Confectionery Company, 1999 (U.K.)

 

 

 


Lumberjack Fudge

170 grams of two types of fudge: rum & raisin and strawberry flavored. Developed by the Creative Confectionery Company as an officially licensed confection. The reverse side of the box has the complete lyrics to the Lumberjack Song and the label reads "Real Mans Rum & Raisin and Girlie Strawberry Flavoured Fudge"

  • The Creative Confectionery Company, 1999 (U.K.)

 

 


Mr. Gumby's Chocolate Brains

140 grams of milk chocolate brains with praline center. Developed by the Creative Confectionery Company as an officially licensed confection.

  • The Creative Confectionery Company, 1999 (U.K.)

 

 

 


Monty Python’s Holy Grail Ale

Monty Python’s Holy Grail Ale was first brewed in 1999 to mark the 30th anniversary of the debut of the television series. The Holy Grail Ale is an effervescent, copper-colored ale with a floral nose and a fruity hop finish; the label claims it was “tempered over burning witches." In the United States the beer is sold in 16 oz bottles (500ml) for a suggested retail price of $3.49. It is also available in draft.

  • Black Sheep Brewer, 1999 (U.K.)

 

 

 


Spiny Norman White Wine

An officially licensed Python white wine, produced in France. The label reads: "Its effects can be devastating. Those of a nervous disposition have been known to go very quiet and start wobbling. Stop drinking before you swell up and your teeth move about." The bottle holds 75 centiliters and contains 12% alcohol by volume.

  • Société Amiel (France)

 

 

 

 


Norwegian Blue White Wine

An officially licensed Python white wine, produced in France. The label reads: "No need to register a complaint about this wine. It is a subtle blend of Marsanne and Roussanne to be precise, with beautiful plumage. When this bottle becomes an ex-bottle, don't pine for the fjords, run down to your local pet shop for a replacement!" The bottle holds 75 centiliters and contains 12% alcohol by volume.

  • Société Amiel (France)

 

 

 


Cardinal Fang Red Wine

An officially licensed Python red wine, produced in France. The label reads "Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition! Our chief grape variety is Cabernet... Cabernet and Merlot... Merlot and Cabernet Our two grape varieities are Merlot and Cabernet... and ruthless Malbec!" etc. The bottle holds 75 centiliters and contains 12% alcohol by volume.

  • Société Amiel (France)

 

 

 


SPAMALOT Collector's Edition Golden Honey Grail Spam

To commemorate the grand opening of the Broadway show Monty Python's SPAMALOT, Hormel issued a special limited edition Monty Python brand of its tinned meat product Spam. The SPAM™ golden honey grail was made available, in limited quantities in February 2005 at select New York City retailers, including Broadway merchandise stores and the Shubert Theatre merchandise kiosks. The can features Monty Python's SPAMALOT artwork and characters from the new musical and instructions in “SPAMALOT-ese” on how to “cooketh” SPAM.

  • Hormel Foods, 2005 (U.S.) 51128-00

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Ben & Jerry's Vermonty Python Ice Cream

One of seven new ice cream flavors issued by Ben & Jerry's in February 2006. The ice cream is only available in the traditional pint-sized containers which feature suitably Pythonesque images and text, including the Python Grail. The flavor is coffee liqueur ice cream with a chocolate cookie crumb swirl & fudge cows. Visit: Ben & Jerry's website for more information.

  • Ben & Jerry's Homemade Holdings, Inc., 2006 (U.S.) 14801-N1