15 FMLs About Regular Vodka, Even Though It’s National Rhubarb Vodka Day
It’s the first Saturday in December and that means it’s National Rhubarb Vodka Day! If you already knew that, I think you may have a drinking problem. Celebrating rhubarb vodka day to justify your drinking habits is stooping pretty low, especially considering rhubarb vodka is neither the most popular nor the most common kind of flavored vodka.
Fun fact: Did you know that rhubarb, while technically a vegetable, is legally a fruit ever since a 1947 court case in New York that decided that since it was primarily used as a fruit, it should be classified as one too? Bet you didn't. Bet you didn't care much either.
In honor of this very specific holiday, we’re focusing on the main part of rhubarb vodka day: the vodka. Lifegiver of FMLs, go-to liquor for underaged drinkers, easy to flavor, and hard to sip. It’s a true classic. And it can truly wreak havoc on your life.