She was rushed to hospital in Crete's popular party resort of Malia after just a few sips.
The cocktail, bought in a Greek bar for 10 euros (£7.80), and served in a bowl, is said to contain a mixture of Baileys, chilli powder, tequila, absinthe, dog turds, ouzo, vodka, cider and gin, plus a 'secret ingredient' known as sauce of sun yung gi .
Corinne is safely back home after her ordeal but her facial features have still not returned to normal.
Her mum Fiona Roth, 43, of Astonbury Green, Easterside, explained how one drink turned her daughter's dream holiday into a nightmare.
She said: 'She drank about a third of it then her friend said 'have you seen your head?' Then Corinne said 'I know, I have brain-freeze'.
Corinne, an administrator in media and arts at the University of Teesside now gets mistaken for her mother who has not drank the cocktail.