Heisenberg Blue Ice Vodka

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Vices

Hard to believe that Breaking Bad ended almost 2 years ago, but the almighty Heisenberg lives on through his own line of vodka.

Looking to cash in on one of, if not the greatest television show to ever hit the small screen, 21st Century Spirits has teamed up with Sony Pictures Television to release Heisenberg Blue Ice Vodka. More than just a gimmick, this is actually some really good vodka. In fact Blue Ice recently won a gold medal at the 2014 San Francisco Spirits Competition, so we’re sure the drug kingpin would be proud of his name and silhouette appearing on the bottle. The spirit has just begun hitting shelves here in California, with planned rollouts for the rest of the country coming later this year. Check out the official commercial for the limited edition vodka below.

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