The brand Fireball Whisky is notorious for adding heat, and their latest premixed cans are no exception. Cinnamon lovers may anticipate a tantalising treat with an unexpected twist: the cans glow in the dark. Fireball with Apple and Fireball with Cola are the two flavours that will first be available. Late-night drinkers can finally stay lit while they get light thanks to this amazing innovation.
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Fireball Whisky; The 355mL cans, which contain 1.8 standard drinks and are mixed at 6.6% ABV, provide convenience and a smooth transition into late-night shots. Before Halloween, Fireball frothers will be able to purchase the bright green dragon in cans, which will start to appear on store shelves on October 21 and cost $29.99 for a 4-pack.
For fans of apple and cinnamon whisky, Fireball with Apple combines sparkling apple with a substantial amount of Fireball for a cool-but-spicy taste. A Fireball Whisky with Cola premix, which is identical to the beloved original bourbon and coke but with a cheeky cinnamon touch only Fireball can deliver, is available for lovers of the bourbon and cola combination.
Prepare yourself for another shocker if the idea of Fireball in a glow-in-the-dark can has blown your head. The glow-in-the-dark Fireball “Dragon Serve” with Cola is another huge thing that Fireball is bringing to the boozehounds in addition to the aforementioned. This hot beverage has a 10% ABV and is served with more Fireball Whisky and less mixer. This 10% ABV cocktail, which contains two regular drinks every can, will have you reaching for the lasers in no time.
For those prepared to go all out, all three cans will be available starting on Friday, October 21st, with an RRP of $29.99.
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