The London-based Restaurant 34 had champagne coupes manufactured and molded on the left breast of the legendary supermodel Kate Moss.
Although these are probably more figments of the imagination than truth, after a couple of glasses of champagne, moving the conversation to history remains interesting. Specifically, the legendary females who apparently lent their breasts to the shaping of the champagne glasses. But, as I prefer to drink my champagne from a flute, I don’t think any woman will acknowledge that my champagne glass is shaped like her breast.
And just like champagne, it seems that breast milk, according to legend, has made men drunk with power.
Hercules understood that he could live forever if he drank the breast milk of a goddess and suckled from Hera without asking. In anger, she tears her breast away from his mouth, leading to a spray of droplets across the evening sky to become the stars of our Milky Way.