Cinnabon-Flavored Vodka Now a Thing

Staff Writer
Sugary, drunken highs to come

Cinnabon-flavored vodka exists.

Eating a Cinnabon usually happens at the lowest of lows, when you're knowingly eating something that's filled to the brim with sugar and probably not very good for your heart. But now, you can add a double shot of self-hatred by getting completely wasted while enjoying the oh-so-terrible-but-delicious Cinnabon with Pinnacle Vodka's latest flavor: Pinnacle Cinnabon Vodka.

That's right, the vodka company (which also produced whipped cream vodka, rainbow sherbet vodka, and strawberry shortcake vodka) has come up with a cinnamon roll-flavored vodka, to "deliver the ultimate indulgent experience."

"We’re confident this great-tasting vodka innovation will delight our consumers and bring an exciting new twist to the flavored vodka category," a representative said in a press release.

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Considering that the flavors are most likely completely artificial, however, we can also safely assume that a shot of Cinnabon vodka has decidedly less calories than an actual cinnamon roll. We can't tell if that's a good thing, but the Cinnabon vodka will hit select store shelves Dec. 1, 2013, and nationwide Jan. 1 2014. It goes for $12.99 for a 750-milliliter bottle; it might just be your New Year's diet resolution loophole.