Spiked donut holes
From left to right: The Cuba Libre: cinnamon sugar with Zacapa rum. The Margarita: lime glazed with tequila and triple sec. The Ferrero Rocher: chocolate glazed with hazelnuts with Nutella (alcohol free). The Moscow Mule: an Angostura bitters and sugar-covered donut hole with vodka, lime, and ginger beer.
Tasting notes: There's a double meaning here, since they actually stick a pipette into the donut holes -- thus “spiking” them --and fill those pipettes with alcohol, “spiking” them again! Those clever bastards!
Also, make sure you squeeze the pipette in before you take a bite. The Cuba Libre packs the most booze of the group, and like great mixologists they change the flavors around frequently so check back and see what new stuff they’ve got going. They sell these guys in six packs -- just like beer! -- so if you’re planning to eat them all, have an Uber on deck.
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Matt Meltzer is a staff writer at Thrillist and will be eating salad for the rest of February. See pictures of all of them on Instagram @meltrez1.