(FOX NEWS) — Fans of the TV show “Parks and Recreation” can now drink like one of the main characters.
Nick Offerman is getting his own booze.
The actor who played Ron Swanson on the hit series is partnering with scotch brand Lagavulin.
TV buffs can recall Ron Swanson showing his love for the scotch on camera.
Now, Offerman is bringing that love off screen with this limited edition single malt scotch he helped make.
The Offerman edition Lagavulin is an 11-year-old scotch with 46 percent alcohol by volume.
The company says it has notes of spice and dried fruit.
It’s now available while supplies last for just under 75-dollars a bottle.