Shake up your next social gathering with a Fireball party bucket

Looking for a fun way to shake up your next celebration? Snag a Fireball party bucket. It comes with 20 individual 50-milliliter sized bottles of the spicy cinnamon whisky. The bucket does include directions, but it’s pretty self-explanatory — buy, add ice and party! It’s available at Sam’s Club for $13.88.

“It can be enjoyed as a shot, on the rocks and in cocktails,” reads the product description. “These bottles come in a bucket so you can just add ice.”

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Although it looks like it’s currently sold out at a number of other retailers, the Fireball party bucket is also carried by Walmart, Target and some liquor stores.

The party bucket is not the only novelty item Fireball has brought to the market. In a Sept. 26 tweet, the brand showed off the Fireball pong pack, which comes with plastic cups to set up a game of Fireball pong, though the tweet warns against filling the large cups full of Fireball:

For Valentine’s Day, Fireball introduced a heart-shaped box full of shooters. Dubbed the Fireball Cinnamon Whisky Anti-Valentine’s Day Pack, it contains 10 50-milliliter Fireball bottles.

While certainly not a traditional gift, as the box proclaims, “Chocolate is for amateurs,” anyway.


While drinking Fireball is the simplest way to enjoy it, the cinnamon-flavored whisky is also featured in a number of yummy recipes, like this one for Fireball fudge that’s perfect for the holidays.

There are also a lot of delicious variations on your classic pumpkin pie, and this one that features Fireball is sure to make this Thanksgiving feast one to remember.


Fireball can even be used in savory recipes. This recipe for crockpot Fireball chili from Whiskey Riff promises it’s “so crazy you just might love it.”

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Kate Streit lives in Chicago. She enjoys stand-up comedy, mystery novels, memoirs, summer and pumpkin spice anything.

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