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SAN FRANCISCO - SEPTEMBER 22: Hostess Twinkies sit on a table September 22, 2004 in San Francisco. Interstate Bakeries Corp., the largest U.S. wholesale bakery, maker of Wonder bread and Hostess Twinkies, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after struggling with more than $1.3 billion in debt and weak demand for bread products amid the popularity of low-carbohydrate diets.

Why eat dessert when you can just drink it? Hostess is taking its brand to the next level by debuting Hostess inspired ready-to-drink flavored lattes.

Per Best Products, the bottled beverage comes in different Hostess flavors, including Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Honey Bun, and Sno Ball. They also add that the flavors are dead-on: “Just like the actual snack cakes, the Twinkies drink brings classic golden sponge cake flavor with creamy notes, the Ding Dongs drink is packed with rich chocolate flavors and vanilla tones, the Honey Bun one has a honey flavor, and the Sno Balls bottle combines coconut and sweet chocolate cake flavors. It’s truly like your favorite treat has transformed into an iced latte!”

Christoph Zickler, marketing vice president for Trilliant, also adds, “They’re the perfect, sweet-treat pick-me-up for any time of a day.” Hostess’s ready-t0-drink bottled lattes will hit retailers in April.