You can now buy boozy piñatas filled with bottles of alcohol
If you’re looking for the perfect way to upgrade your next gathering, then a boozy piñata is sure to jazz up the whole affair.
We all remember those halcyon days of yore in which we’d batter a piñata filled with our favourite sweets into submission. As the sun set, dappling the lawn, we’d descend upon the shattered detritus, picking out our sweets of choice shoulder-to-shoulder with our friends, in a scene that presumably closely resembled feeding time at the zoo.
Yes, piñatas do not have to be an activity reserved exclusively for children, but it must be said that some of our zeal for the affair has probably diminished over the intervening years.
But what if there was a way to ensure that the humble piñata was the centrepiece of your gathering?
What if, in other words, the promised ill-gotten gains from inside the piñata were so enticing that no-one could resist?
Enter, stage left, booze-filled piñatas.
See, you’re already excited, aren’t you?
Yes, NIPYATA! is here to chase our blues away, with a collection of boozy piñatas that are pre-loaded with miniature bottles of alcohol.
And if you think you’ve already spotted a flaw in this masterful invention then fear not, because the bottles are made of plastic to ensure they don’t shatter upon landing…
There are a wide array of designs and themes to choose from on the buying page.
Themes include the ‘Stay Classy’ piñata, a ‘Finally Legal 21’ affair, a Tequila bottle-inspired piñata, and much, much more.
The alcohol you’ll be treated to varies from item to item, but for a taste of what you’re in for, the Stay Classy piñata includes: four Fireball Cinnamon Whisky, one Jim Beam Whiskey, two Deep Eddy Vodka, two Smirnoff Vodka, one Jose Cuervo Silver, one Jose Cuervo Gold, two JAJA Blanco Tequila Silver, one Captain Morgan Rum, and one Barcardi Rum. More than enough to keep the party going, in other words.
You can order your very own boozy piñata on NIPYATA’s website, here.
Last year, we reported on the news that Jose Cuervo was giving away the world’s first ‘piñata bar’. You can read more about that here.