Curly or crinkle: Arby’s releasing fry-flavored vodkas

New liquor being sold in Florida, handful of states

Arby's releasing fry-flavored vodkas (CNN Newsource)

Would you like vodka fries with that? That’s the question Arby’s has for its customers.

The fast-food giant is releasing two limited-edition alcoholic drinks: Arby’s curly fry vodka and Arby’s crinkle fry vodka.

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Officials say both vodkas taste like their namesake fries.

The curly fry vodka includes cayenne, onion and garlic while the crinkle fry vodka is produced with kosher salt and sugar.

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The 80-proof potato-based liquor will make its debut on Nov. 18 in a handful of states including California, Florida and West Virginia.

The price tag for a bottle is about $60.

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