Perhaps not the best mixer

Then again, you’ll probably drink it straight anyway:

A while ago, my buddy, Captain Artie told me about Van Gogh PB&J vodka, but, alas, my local liquor emporium did not have it. Artie promised to bring me a bottle on the occasion of his next visit, but my most excellent daughter beat him to the punch. Ten seconds after she gifted me with the bottle, out came two tall shot glasses for an instant tasting. The fragrance is more nutty than fruity, but it all comes together when sipped slammed down.

All I need is a bacon vodka, and my life will be complete.

Oh, wait…


  1. fillyjonk »

    4 September 2012 · 2:11 pm

    Couldn’t a person just make anything-flavored vodka by putting whatever it was down in vodka for a couple months? Like how you can make your own vanilla extract with vanilla beans and either cheap vodka or bourbon?

    (I’m guessing smoked salmon vodka would not work too well. Nor would edamame vodka, though I wouldn’t be surprised to hear someone had tried doing it)

    I’ve also seen a recipe for vodka that has Skittles candy dissolved in it, for Skittles vodka. My reaction to reading that was, “Taste the rainbow: vomit the rainbow.”

  2. CGHill »

    4 September 2012 · 2:40 pm

    There exists an MLP fanfic called “Taste the Rainbow,” and it’s actually a lot cleaner than you think. (Briefly: Twilight draws all the color out of Dash’s mane as an experiment, converts it to a liquid, stores it in the fridge, and — but you see where this is headed.)

  3. fillyjonk »

    4 September 2012 · 2:53 pm

    I thought rainbows were not known for their flavor. Didn’t Pinkie Pie try one once and find it SPICY!!!! ?

  4. CGHill »

    4 September 2012 · 3:11 pm

    Pinkie puts hot sauce on everything up to and including, um, cupcakes.

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