Buy a heart-shaped box full of Fireball shooters for Valentine’s Day

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Chocolates and flowers are nice on Valentine’s Day, but if you really want to impress your sweetheart this year, consider gifting them with a heart-shaped box of Fireball shooters. If your other half is the type that would rather throw back a few shots than munch on candies, this unique present is sure to make them swoon.

The box includes 10 50-ml bottles, so make sure you have a designated driver before you toast to your love.

It was spotted by Instagrammer @foodiewiththebeasts at Vlamis Liquors in Maryland. The cheeky heart-shaped box bears the Valentine’s Day message, “Chocolate is for amateurs.”

“Life is like a box of Fireball, you never know which shot you’ll get,” the caption joked along with a winking emoji. “Fireball Valentine Hearts are now available for your sweet somebody at Vlamis!”

The liquor store itself also took to Instagram to confirm that they’re selling the quirky gifts:

“Show the one you care for, they still light the fire in your life with a 10pk of Fireball this Valentine’s Day,” read the caption. “In-store purchases only (No shipping).”

The post indicates that the boxes are priced at $9.99 each.

The heart-shaped box of Fireball whiskey shooters is also available through liquor delivery service Drizly for $12.99. You can enter your address on the site to see if it’s available to be delivered to you.

It’s called the “Fireball Cinnamon Whisky Anti-Valentine’s Day Pack” on Drizly — and come to think of it, it would make the perfect addition at a Galentine’s Day celebration. You could also gift it to a friend who considers Valentine’s Day an overly-sentimental Hallmark holiday.

If you’re looking to otherwise upgrade your game beyond chocolate and flowers for the romantic holiday, consider pairing your Fireball Valentine heart with a bouquet of chicken nuggets or beef jerky roses.


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