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Ron Jeremy Wants You to Open Up and Swallow His Rum

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Rum, as all alcohol, is meant for adults. Next year, however, infamous adult star Ron Jeremy is launching his "adult" rum, making him another Johnny-come-lately--or Ronny-come-lately, if you'll indulge--on the celebrity booze scene. Ron de Jeremy, which will be available next month for sale online, is a "well-balanced" 7-year-old Panamanian rum.

The "adult" vibe is evident at the very least in its wink-wink description: "The oak comes through robustly and satisfyingly [...] The finish is elegant and long."

While most celebs are known for their boozing of a different kind (see: Celebrity Rehab, Lindsay Lohan, and so on) famous names are now putting their monikers on bottles of liquor.

The Huffington Post has a round-up of the new faces on the top shelf, including shock rocker Marilyn Manson's absinthe, Mansinthe, Willie Nelson's Old Whiskey River Bourbon, Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo Tequila, and a whole lotta vodka, from Donald Trump to Flava Flav's flavors, and Dan Ackroyd's Crystal Head.

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Do celebs make better liquors? Or should they just stick to shilling for swill?