Breaking Bad, one of the greatest (if not THE greatest) TV shows of all-time ended all the way back in…2013?! Has it been nearly two years since we said goodbye to Walt, Jesse, Skylar, Hank, Marie, Walt Jr/Flynn and the rest of the gang? If that fact depresses you as well, then this could definitely pick up your spirits. Or at least make an excellent addition to your current spirits.
Sony Pictures Television and 21st Century Spirits have teamed up to release a limited edition line of “Heisenberg” Blue Ice vodka. Iconic lines from the show are emblazoned on the bottles as well as the silhouette of Heisenberg/Walter White.
This brand of Blue Ice Vodka is not made in a trailer out in the New Mexico desert. Instead it’s handcrafted in Idaho using all-natural ingredients. Keeping with Walter’s dedication to making the best meth possible, the vodka is made using continuous column distilation and a five-stage filtration process making some of the purest liquid on the market.
Blue Ice Vodka is the #1 selling handcrafted, premium, American, potato vodka in the country, and they didn’t need the help of a Pollos Hermanos chain owner to make it happen. They do not add sugar to their products and their vodka is also gluten and GMO free. And they especially don’t add chili powder to their drinks, even if that would be a pretty good signature.
Don’t worry, Breaking Bad mastermind Vince Gilligan supports the vodka wholeheartedly. He said, “The Dude had his White Russians, the Blues Brothers had their Night Train and now Heisenberg has his very own Blue Ice Vodka! I’m counting on our fans to use it in the creation of a great many cocktails. I’m getting thirsty just thinking about it.”
The Heisenberg Blue Ice Vodka will hit store shelves at some point this summer. You can also buy some online now. No word on when the Saul Goodman tequila will be hitting shelves, but we sure it will be cheap whenever it does.
Also, nothing could possibly go wrong with this product, right?
Joseph Misulonas is an editorial assistant for Playboy.com. He’s the one who knocks…when he can’t find your doorbell. He can be found on Twitter at @jmisulonas.