Malört made Thanksgiving dinner in a bottle

The controversial Chicago liqueur, Malört has hopped on the trend of adding flavors found on the dinner table at Thanksgiving to their product. The new flavor for the holiday is called Malörtsgiving and will taste of turkey bullion, cranberry and sage. As of right now it will only be available at CH Distillery, a shot is $8 while a bottle costs $150 with proceeds aiding those affected by cancer. Is there a possibility this could taste good and become popular, or will it be more of a collectors item?

Would you try this new flavor, is it going to be good or is it just a gimmick? Take part in the conversation over on Facebook! – Joey Domenick