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PB&J Vodka - yum or yuk?

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We’ve had chocolate wine and salted caramel cocktails, but now a new drink is taking flavoured alcohol to new heights with the launch of a vodka, peanut butter and jam combo.

ABOVE: Van Gogh's new PB&J flavoured vodka

Van Gogh Vodka has announced the release of its new Peanut Butter and Jelly flavoured vodka – a kooky twist on the classic American snack: the peanut butter and jelly (or jam) sandwich.

ABOVE: The Peanut butter and jelly sandwich is an American classic

While it smells predominantly of nuts – allergy sufferers stay well away – on tasting PB&J Vodka, Van Gogh say the raspberry jam flavour begins to take centre stage with a velvety vanilla taste coming through on the side. We're not entirely convinced, but here’s to a few more American treats being turned into alcohol. We think cookies and milk, cookie dough and even doughnuts and coffee could work pretty well!

What do you think? Do you like the sound of peanut butter and jelly vodka? Tell us what you think on Twitter or in the comments box below...

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