A Scottish distillery released whiskey stuffed pods and Twitter can’t stop comparing them to Tide Pods.
Remember when Tide Pods were considered a health hazard because of their delicious looks? Glenlivet, a Scottish distillery, is apparently still thinking about this, releasing a collection of whiskey-filled pods.
No ice. No stirrer. No glass. We’re redefining how whisky can be enjoyed. Introducing The Glenlivet Capsule Collection #noglassrequired pic.twitter.com/F4MGErsfZM
— The Glenlivet (@TheGlenlivet) October 2, 2019
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The Tide Pods scandal began as early as 2012, when the pods first entered the market. In the span of a year, over 7,000 cases of kids ingesting these yummy looking pods were reported to authorities. It wasn’t until 2017 that the Tide Pod craze boiled over, becoming a meme where teenagers on social media challenged the other to eat Tide Pods. That’s when Tide had to step in and announce that their pods were a health hazard.
Need to get your drink on at work?
Wanna sneak a little sumpin’ sumpin’ into your next restricted venue?
And, you can ditch the flask!
People gon’ be sucking these down like Tide pods! https://t.co/xmiGLcAdKm
— Marsha Warfield (@MarshaWarfield) October 5, 2019
Two years later and Glenlivet introduces these capsules. “No ice, no stirrer, no glass,” is how their pods are advertised. Some journalists have compared the drinks to Gushers, ignoring the most glaring influence: delicious looking laundry detergent.
me and my boys after eating a fresh pack of glenlivet alcoholic tide pods pic.twitter.com/YJOGP2ihSJ
— ? (@mattwhitlockPM) October 5, 2019
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Exec 1: So, Millennials aren’t buying enough premium booze.
Exec 2: Maybe we don’t pay them eno—
Exec 3. Wait, what do millennials love to eat? Maybe there’s something
Exec 4 [[googles frantically]] it says… Tide Pods!
Exec 2 You’ve got to—
Exec 1: That’s it. Make it happen https://t.co/UxgQFqijfW
— Doug Saunders (@DougSaunders) October 5, 2019
At last! An end to the tiresome drudge of holding a glass of a fine single malt, warming it in your hand, watching the light play on its deep amber and mahogany depths, enjoying the warm winter aroma rise up as you swirl it in your hand, savouring the taste on your lips. No more! https://t.co/nu59ap1FGj
— Dan Rebellato (@DanRebellato) October 5, 2019
Who’s down for some whiskey to go?