"Sea pineapples are known for both their peculiar appearance, described by journalist Nick Tosches as "something that could exist only in a purely hallucinatory eco-system" and their peculiar taste, described as "something like iodine" and "rubber dipped in ammonia." However, aficionados claim that the taste is well suited to serving with sake. The flavor has been attributed to an unsaturated alcohol called cynthiaol, which is present in minute quantities."
Maybe this one will make it to my top 3 of Icelandic rotten shark, Kyrgyz fermented horse milk, and Chinese century eggs. So If Kevin is right, and sea squirts just want to have fun, there is a party in my mouth and they are invited.