‘Alcoholic Tide Pods’
They’re wrapped in seaweed. They’re filled with whisky. and they’re now drawing a collective groan from the Internet, thanks to their suspicious resemblance to a laundry detergent pack-turned-meme-turned-public health hazard.
That’s right: They’re alcoholic Tide Pods.
Well, sort of.
In what is either a highly successful marketing scheme or a inadvertent attempt to launch itself into millennial relevancy, a 195-year-old single-malt scotch whisky distillery has rolled out three kinds of limited-edition “glass-less cocktails,” available through sunday at a posh London bar.
but as hundreds of baffled commenters online immediately wanted to know: How do you “drink” them?
“surely this is a sick joke,” said Julia Macfarlane, a foreign affairs reporter with abc News, asking the scottish prime minister to intervene.
An image from a promotional video for Glenlivet’s capsules.