Sweet-inspired ethanol is zero new, with Aldi recently jumping on the bandwagon with its pumpkin piquancy liqueur.
But one company has left over the pumpkin piquancy – and has combined what can only be described as the many sickly-sweet drink ever.
Introducing: The Oreo beer.
Oreo drink was first speckled at the State Fair, an annual eventuality held in Dallas, Texas at ancestral Fair Park.
The drink comes from Barrera, is finished using American divert stout, and has an Oreo cookie floating around in it.
And it gets better.
The edge of the crater is then lined with Oreo cream stuffing and covered with dejected cookie crumbs, so that you can get a swig of chocolate cookie before it’s followed by that sour ambience of beer.
Oreos and beer. Who would’ve suspicion we’d live to see the day. Keep inventing weird ess, #statefairoftexas, and I’ll gladly keep trying it. #statefair #fairday #oreobeer #oreo #beerstagram
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#oreobeer really a weird one to try not bad but never again😂 Texas State Fair you have finished it again! #statefair #texasstatefair #weirdbeers
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Though, apparently it’s actually not all that bitter. According to Popsugar, the drink tastes of vanilla, brownish-red sugar, and cream, with hints of roasted coffee.
Think diseased iced latte with a bucket of Oreos shoved on top.
Since being speckled at the State Fair, people have been holding to Instagram to show off the Oreo creation, and it’s protected to contend it looks dreamy.
The #oreobeer at the State Fair of Texas was amaaaaazing.
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While one user dubbed it ‘amaaaaazing’, another pronounced they’ll be steering transparent in the future – as it was simply just distant too much for them.
The user wrote: ‘Definitely a weird one to try not bad but never again. Texas State Fair you have finished it again!’
This drink seriously needs to be launched over here so we can give it a go ourselves. Sadly we don’t consider shoving a bucket of Oreos in a pint of Guinness will have the same effect.