Tito's Vodka Advises You Not To Make Sanitizer With Their Product


Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One - Titans of BBQ presented by National Beef and Pat LaFrieda Meats hosted by Dario Cecchini, Pat LaFrieda and Michael Symon

Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One - Titans of BBQ presented by National Beef and Pat LaFrieda Meats hosted by Dario Cecchini, Pat LaFrieda and Michael Symon

The coronavirus has become a household name and whether you're freaking out about it or making jokes, it's definitely on everyone's mind. In an unexpected turn, the brand Tito's Vodka has been oddly effected by rippling hysterics of the quickly spreading disease. Apparently, many people want to make their own hand sanitizer, however, they think Tito's is a great base for their bacteria killing solution. Tito's Vodka has been working overtime on Twitter to ensure that's a horrible idea. Anyone suggesting the idea is immediately met with this Tito's Vodka boilerplate as to why it won't help and how much alcohol it takes to kill germs and diseases, according to the CDC:

Yes, it might be cute in theory but 40% alcohol doesn't cut it. Save your vodka for drinks folks. More info below.