For £3, they will deep-fry any drink you’ll bring with you. To get to the crunchy shots, they soak a piece of sponge cake in the drink and then fry it.
They’re not the first to come up with the idea of frying booze. As reported by MyDaily, already back in 2010 someone made the break-through by deep frying beer, sealed in dough.
Putting crunchy AND booze in the same sentence definitely got our attention. But if you try this at home, pick your spirits wisely. Needless to say, that 30-year old Single Malt and deep fryer should never meet.