If you enjoy your fair share of sandwiches and liquor, then you may appreciate a New York restaurant’s new contribution to the culinary arts: Alcohol-infused Panini.
These unique sandwiches at Salume Panini shop in Manhattan are given a good dose of scotch whiskey or gin, The Sun reports.
The alcohol isn’t burned off, the sandwiches are simply doused in the booze and served as-is.
Prosciutto with gin and Surryano ham with rye Whiskey are just a few of the options offered at the shop.
It isn’t clear whether the sandwiches are made available to patrons under 21.
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