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.


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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