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Sold in cans that have a color scheme similar to sugar-free caffeinated
May contain up to 8% ethanol.
You know this would sell.
Bubble gum vodka
A "wee" bit higher alcohol content. [Klaatu, Nov 24 2011]
FDA Warning Letters issued to four makers of caffeinated alcoholic beverages
Just thought I'd toss this in. Some of these have as much as 12% alcohol and are sold in rather large single serving cans at gas stations, enough to get anyone inebriated while travelling. I think we have a social obligation to get the caffeine out of these and make them smell fresh. [jmvw, Nov 24 2011]
whiskey flavoured chewing gum and more!
[xandram, Nov 25 2011]
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||So the idea would be that it would cover the smell of the alchohol? I can just imagine someone being pulled over... "Sir, have you been chewing gum?"
||Well, yes and no. Maybe that is a part of it. It could just smell
strongly of aftershave or perfume, or gasoline, but I'm not
sure that would appeal to buyers. So I propose we start with
spear mint and winter green.
||Creme de Menthe and lemonade.
||It's both scent and flavor, and it's sold in cans at gas stations,
along with the strongly caffeinated alcoholic beverages (the
heart attack section) and the psilocybin ice tea.
||Chewing gum comes in hundreds of flavours. [see link for some] (I hadn't heard about ketchup before!) I'm not sure why you'd want to sell your product at gas stations anyway...unless it was a liquid additive to your gas tank! Then your car could smell like something nice whilst burning gas!
||Who said it wasn't in the alcohol section? Also, I assume bubble, xandram.
||I'd bun a chewing gum which release alcohol over a period of time while being chewed.