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Arby’s – yes, the fast food chain – has announced plans to release two limited edition vodkas.

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Vodkas are designed to pair well with chain fries. Curly Fry vodka is described as having “preserve[d] the distinctive and authentic flavor profile ”of a typical Arby’s curly fry, which, according to the press release, is entirely different from an Arby’s crinkle cut fry.

The second bottle is Arby’s Crinkle Cut Fry Vodka which is more “subtle” and based on kosher salt and sugar.

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Alcohol will be available online and will ship to those 21 and over in 12 states starting Nov. 18 for $ 60 a bottle – specific states are listed in the press release.

“While we mastered the art of drive-thru French fries, we wanted to take it a step further and make them 80-proof,” said Patrick Schwing, chief marketing officer.

“Who asked that? ” one person tweeted. “What do you mix curly vodka with?” “

“Arby’s Curly Fry vodka could reach peak in 2021”, another OK. “Such a horrible idea.”

“Can’t believe I’m alive along with Arby’s fried fry flavored vodka,” someone noted.

A tonne people have made the exact same joke about declining product.

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