You can now start your day with Twinkie-flavored coffee

You can now start your day with Twinkie-flavored coffee

If you love sugary Hostess snacks and have totally given up on getting in shape, good news! The company has released coffee flavored like its signature treats, including Twinkies, Honey Buns, Snoballs and Ding Dongs. Suck it, French Vanilla, Hazelnut and Irish Cream! You're old news!

The Hostess-branded K-Cups come in 12-packs for individual flavors and a 72-pack for a variety mix. But don't sprint to your local grocery store yet. Currently, the coffee is only available at two retailers: Blain's Farm & Fleet and Rural King. (If you haven't heard of them you're probably out of luck, but you can still order the coffee online.)

Honey Bun flavored coffee Credit: Hostess

Blain's Farm & Fleet is a specialty discount retailer with 40 locations throughout Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Meanwhile, Rural King has 100 stores in a 13-state area (Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Alabama). A Hostess representative told The Daily Meal the products will be available at other stores later this year. As of this writing, a 12-count box is $5.

According to the descriptions on the boxes, the Twinkie flavor boasts “the sweet flavors of Twinkies sponge cake combined with notes of creamy vanilla filling”; the Honey Bun coffee combines "delightful sweet honey flavors" and “a fabulous finish of glazed icing notes"; the Ding Dongs one mixes “extra rich chocolate Ding Dongs cake flavors" with creamy vanilla filling; and the Sno Ball coffee promises "rich chocolate cake flavors combined with vanilla filling and sweet coconut flavors."

Hostess snack-inspired coffee variety pack Credit: Hostess

But that's not all! Last December, the company released two snack-inspired cereals, Donettes and Honey Bun. They would pair perfectly with the Twinkie-flavored coffee, provided you're okay with taking up two seats on an airplane. Okay, I'm joking, but this doesn't sound super healthy, right? That said, I have to admit, I totally want to try these!