Oh, so it's THIS kind of a party, is it?

Ahhhrgh, we’re such suckers for a good marketing scam …

Full disclosure: Gin is disgusting. It’s like licking the underbelly of a Christmas tree on New Year’s morning. There’s nothing good about it, except maybe when it’s drenched in tonic and masked with the sweet nectar of seventeen limes. Maybe then we get down. Maybe.

Or maybe we’ll have a go at Firebox’s “Unicorn Tears Gin Liqueur” — a new offering the company says mixes “the distinctive flavours of gin with the sweetness of a liqueur.” The magical brew is “also sprinkled with shimmering – 100% edible – pieces of silver.”

With alleged hints of mint and lemongrass on the nose and a refreshing zest of oranges with maple syrup on the palate, Unicorn Tears doesn’t sound like any gin we’ve drank too much of. In fact, it sounds downright delicious and just anti-PETA enough that we’ll be sure to stock up on a few cases from the overseas distributor come pay day.

"I can definitely confirm that the Unicorn Tears Gin Liqueur is indeed real," Nicki Iodice of Firebox tells The Huffington Post. "Although, I cannot confirm or deny if real unicorn tears were used."

From the official site, the company describes the booze as:

Nose: Fragrant juniper rises from the glass alongside Curaçao orange and crisp lemon. Bruised mint leaves and fresh lemongrass brings herby freshness to the nose.

Palate: Big bundles of candied orange peels, flying saucer sweeties and a hint of maple syrup. Touches of pine-y juniper berries and cardamom introduce elements of spices.

Finish: Sweet, juicy orange freshness goes on and on throughout the finish.

White girls, REJOICE!