The latest is Phillips Distilling Company's sriracha-flavored vodka. It's not made with Huy Fong's product — the famed rooster sauce and its name refer to a regional Vietnamese condiment, for which there are many recipes — but it reportedly contains its best-known flavors: garlic, vinegar, and chilies.
Phillips, which also makes a schnapps called Ice Hole, says that the new UV Vodka flavor is "the Bloody Mary’s new best friend." This is hardly the world's first spicy vodka. There are a number of black pepper versions on the market, while Master of Malt sells a chili-infused spirit that reportedly goes up to 250,000 Scoville units. (Translation: You do not want to drink this.)
Curiously, the new vodka is also only 30% ABV, which would make for a weaker-than-usual Bloody. Perhaps it has less alcohol so that you can enjoy more of it before you pass out in your eggs Benedict? In any case, it's not a replacement for sriracha sauce, and you don't want to splash it on your eggs themselves. (TIME)