American fast food sandwich restaurant chain Arby's teamed up with Minneapolis' Tattersall Distilling to create a pair of flavored vodkas inspired by its own fries. The two uniquely flavored vodkas to come out of the collab include Curly Fry Vodka and Crinkle Fry Vodka.
Fittingly, both of the products are made from potato-based spirits and they are distilled with the seasonings that are used to create the fast food fries. In the case of the Curly Fry Vodka, that's cayenne, paprika, onion and garlic, while the Crinkle Fry Vodka is made with kosher salt and sugar.
After the first batch drops in limited quantities in mid-November, a second batch of the flavored vodkas from Arby's will follow later in the month.
Arby's is Releasing Flavored Vodka Inspired by Crinkle & Curly Fries
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