People really do love flavored vodka. According to food research and consulting firm Technomic's recently released Special Trends in Adult Beverages (TAB) Report, nearly a quarter of all vodka consumer in 2011 was flavored.

Part of that could be the volume with which these flavored vodkas are being released; three quarters of all new vodkas launched in 2011 were flavored, the most popular being citrus, raspberry and whipped cream.

A Technomic press release also revealed that Smirnoff leads the flavored vodka game, although Pinnacle's Whipped Cream vodka grew 324.5 percent in volume and now ranks as the leading flavored vodka brand.

The report also projects ongoing growth for the vodka category in 2012, with flavored vodka expected to fuel that expansion with another double-digit gain.

For more flavored vodkas, check out the below gallery. Warning: they don't look so tasty.

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  • Van Gogh Peanut Butter & Jelly Vodka

    We're not sure what to make of the alcohol industry's fascination with flavors from childhood, but here's another for the trend: Peanut butter and jelly-flavored vodka from Van Gogh. HuffPost Food recently did <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/10/peanut-butter-jelly-vodka_n_1415795.html" target="_hplink">a taste test of the product that yielded mixed reactions</a>.

  • Alaska Distillery Smoked Salmon Vodka

    Sure, you like smoked salmon on bagels, but on vodka? <a href="http://www.alaskadistillery.com/" target="_hplink">Alaska Distillery</a> is banking on your curiosity winning out.

  • Naked Jay Big Dill Pickle-Flavored Vodka

    Ah, a vodka to make Snooki proud. Naked Jay's pickle-flavored vodka sort of takes the joy out of the <a href="http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/16/case-study-got-your-pickleback/" target="_hplink">pickleback shot</a>.

  • Three Olives Bubble Gum Vodka

    Too bad you can't blow any bubbles with <a href="http://www.threeolives.com/new/" target="_hplink">Three Olives</a>' bubble gum vodka.

  • Purgatory Hemp Seed Spirits

    It might not get you lifted, but Purgatory from <a href="http://www.alaskadistillery.com/" target="_hplink">Alaska Distillery</a> is the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/20/hemp-vodka_n_1439979.html" target="_hplink">first spirit in the U.S. to be made with hemp seeds</a>.

  • Bakon Vodka (Bacon Flavored)

    Care for some bacon with your vodka? <a href="http://bakonvodka.com/" target="_hplink">Bakon Vodka</a> has you covered.

  • Pinnacle Vodka Cake Vodka

    Why eat cake when you can drink it? At least that's the question the creator of <a href="http://www.pinnaclevodka.com/flavors" target="_hplink">Pinnacle Vodka</a>'s cake flavor must have asked at one point.

  • Skorppio Vodka (Scorpion Flavored)

    Don't worry, the creepy crawler lounging at the bottom of your bottle of <a href="http://www.skorppio-vodka.com/" target="_hplink">Skorppio</a> vodka won't hurt you. The poison has been taken out, but the shock value remains.

  • Smirnoff Fluffed Marshmallow Vodka

    <a href="http://www.smirnoff.com/en-us/" target="_hplink">Smirnoff</a> likes dessert-flavored vodkas, too. Marshmallow-flavored vodka, anyone?

  • Pinnacle Vodka Cotton Candy Vodka

    While we're on the subject of Pinnacle's sweet-themed bottles, here's another flavor: <a href="http://www.pinnaclevodka.com/flavors" target="_hplink">Cotton candy.</a>

  • Smirnoff Whipped Cream Vodka

    <a href="http://www.smirnoff.com/en-us/" target="_hplink">Smirnoff</a> also offers this whipped cream-flavored variety. Where's the cherry on top?

  • Three Olives Root Beer Vodka

    OK, so root beer isn't a totally-off-the-wall flavor, but do we really need it in vodka-form? Three Olives <a href="http://www.threeolives.com/flavor/root-beer&nav=0" target="_hplink">thinks so</a>.

  • Green Geisha Wasabi-Flavored Vodka

    Looking for a way to clear your sinuses? Try <a href="http://hardtimesdistillery.com/" target="_hplink">Hard Times Distillery</a>'s Green Geisha wasabi-flavored vodka.

  • Underdog Wine & Spirits Cupcake Frosting Vodka

    Why eat a cupcake when you can drink it? At least that's what Underdog Wine & Spirits is wondering. Its <a href="http://www.cupcakevodka.com/delicious-flavors/frosting#" target="_hplink">website</a> describes the product as having "frothy vanillin aromas and flavors that perfectly capture the enticing character of white frosting."