French fry vodka may sound like a late-night college party experiment, but it's actually the latest offering from Arby's \u2014 and you'll be able to sample it in Connecticut. The fast-food restaurant chain, which specializes in roast beef sandwiches, is releasing two flavored vodkas, with flavor profiles inspired by its original curly fries and newer crinkle-cut fries. The limited-edition liquors (potato-based, naturally) are made by Minneapolis-based Tattersall Distilling. The Curly Fry vodka is distilled with cayenne, paprika, onion and garlic, and the Crinkle Fry vodka incorporates kosher salt and sugar. \u201cThough we\u2019ve mastered the art of drive-thru fries, we wanted to take it one step further by making them 80-proof,\u201d said Patrick Schwing, chief marketing officer of Arby\u2019s, in a press release. \u201cBeing a potato-based liquor, this limited edition vodka is infused with Crinkle and Curly Fry flavor so Arby\u2019s fans who are of legal drinking age can responsibly enjoy our menu from bag to bottle.\u201d The vodkas are available "in limited quantities" Nov. 18 on arbysvodka.com to residents aged 21+ in California, Connecticut, Washington, DC; Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, West Virginia and Wyoming. A second drop will happen Nov. 22. Each bottle is $59.99, plus shipping and handling. Minnesota-based Surdyk\u2019s Liquor & Cheese Shop is working with Tattersall to distribute the vodka. Chad Biele, manager of brand activation for Arby's, said in an email that Connecticut is one of the states where Surdyk's is permitted to ship product. Arby's has partnered with chef Justin Sunderland, who created two signature Bloody Mary recipes using the vodkas and other ingredients like the chain's "horsey sauce," and mozzarella sticks as a topper. Sunderland and Arby's will post social media videos featuring the recipes.