5 Vodkas with Insane Flavours
You know how sometimes you wish vodka had more taste? Well, the people behind these vodkas agree. Except that instead of boring old citrus and apple flavours, they have decided to go with absolut-ly insane flavour choices. Meat-flavoured vodka? Sure, why not. Vodka that tastes like nightmares? Yes, let’s go with that.
Here’s 5 of the weirdest flavoured vodkas.
Ever wished you could just drink some waffles for breakfast and that those waffles were also pure alcohol? Now you can. Imagine the lightest and fluffiest waffles that you can think of, and replace them with a tall glass of sugar and intoxication. Enjoy your breakfast!
Because why not have a vodka that tastes like a sandwich? Peanut butter and jelly bring back fond childhood memories, so this vodka is here to let you reminisce about the good old days. Or to ruin your childhood. This vodka doesn’t care. It just wants you to envelop you in its sweet, sweet embrace.
Everything tastes better with bacon. Except maybe alcoholic beverages. Nothing says “I’m not sure what to do with my life anymore, but at least I have vodka that tastes like meat” quite like bacon-flavoured vodka. It’s like having a grease and alcohol party in your mouth, except that you’re the only one at this party and no one else wants to join you.
This isn’t just popcorn-flavoured vodka. It’s buttered popcorn-flavoured vodka, for that extra kick of oiliness down your throat. Ever wondered what a movie snack would taste like in liquid form? Wonder no more. Here’s a hint: It tastes like sugar and poor life decisions.
Welcome to your nightmares. Last week, we introduced to you the Naga Chilli Vodka which tastes like hell scorpions have descended upon your gullet. This week, we bring to you an actual scorpion-flavoured vodka. As you drink this straight from the bottle, you can lock eyes with the scorpion inside. Apparently the scorpion is farm-raised and edible because that’s exactly what a discerning consumer is worried about when drinking a bottle of vodka filled with nightmares.
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