Few things have wreaked more havoc on the livers’ of America’s youth than Fireball whiskey and boxed wine. Now, in some strange twist of fate, these two forces of nature have been combined into one terrifying entity: the Firebox.
As Thrillist notes, Fireball—a whiskey that was recalled in three countries because it contained ingredients found in antifreeze—is packaging 3.5 liters of its cinnamon-flavored hooch inside two 1.75-liter pouches, and then stuffing the entire unholy mess inside a box.
In a stroke of genius, the whiskey company has included now one but two spigots on its Firebox, just incase you want to chug a dangerous amount of liquor with your best bud. Unsurprisingly, Fireball devotees have already started photographing themselves doing just that, holding the box above their heads as they drink from the fountain of hangovers and bad decisions.
Boasting the company’s tagline, “Tastes Like Heaven, Burns Like Hell,” the boxes are being sold for roughly $50 at the website Quality Liquor Store.
“Known to be a bit spicy, it is named for the likes of the candy of our youth. Everyone dared the other to eat it, hold it the longest and chomp it down to nothing,” a description on the site reads, before offering recipes for Fireball Jello Shooters and Cinnamon Applesauce Breezers. “Those dares continue with the FireBall Cinnamon Whisky Box as friends enjoy the many ways to mix it up, make it into something unique or mask its hot and heavy cinnamon and spice flavour.”
Oh, and please drink responsibly.