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Daiquiri doughnuts: Too good of a good thing?

Hey America, wanna know why you're so fat?

Because they keep making our favorite foods better and better and well, better.

Take the doughnut.

First they added the glaze, then the chocolate, then the sprinkles.

Now they've added the booze.

A Nyack, N.Y., bakery is selling daiquiri, martini, margarita and more flavored doughnuts. They're calling themselves The Drunkin' Donut Shop.

The temptation was just too much to pass up for CNBC's Jane Wells, who had to see if these alcohol-flavored enhanced sweets are worth the calories and possible hangovers.

It's Chew and Brew. Grab a fork and alert the cops—there's a new doughnut shop in town.

(Read more: 'Duck Dynasty' wine: Reds from reality TV's famous rednecks)

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