Arby's Has The Vodkas?

by Rudy Sanchez on 11/11/2021 | 2 Minute Read

At some point in the recent past, the savory cocktail and brunch fixture bloody mary came garnished with a stalk of celery, lemon wedge, olives, and maybe a shrimp or two on a skewer. But succumbing to stunt presentations for social media, bloody marys turned into monstrosities essentially topped with a whole meal, with people attempting to eat roasted chickens, hamburger sliders, and hot dogs precariously served atop a cocktail.

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Thanks to Arby’s, everyone can take fries off the top of their bloody marys and still have that fried potato flavor with its limited-release vodka, distilled in partnership with Tattersall, that comes in two flavors, crinkle cut and curly fries. The vodkas get made using potatoes, of course, and curly fries vodka is flavored with paprika, onion, and garlic, and the taste of crinkle cut fries is courtesy of kosher sugar and salt.

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The bottles themselves are more orthodox in design than the vodkas they hold. The bottles feature a frosted Arby’s logo front and center, a fry box-like label identifies the flavor, and an Arby’s red-colored band contains additional details about the vodka, including a handwritten bottle number. Images of piles of fries peek through the back and are visible through the clear spirit.

The first drop of the limited edition Arby’s vodka happens on November 18th, with a second release on the 22nd, at ArbysVodka.com

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