Amazon rolls out one-hour booze delivery

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Do you want your booze delivered at your door? Amazon's got you covered.

The e-commerce giant announced that Prime members that reside in Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond and Kirkland can now use the smartphone app Prime Now, through which they can order thousands of items, including wine, beer and other fresh or frozen products to be delivered at their door in one hour.

According to a press release, Stephenie Landry, director of Amazon's Prime Now service commented:

"Prime Now is our fastest delivery option ever. With Prime Now, you can skip a trip to the store and get the items you need delivered right to your door in under an hour. Customers love the convenience of one-hour delivery and we're excited to bring Prime Now to our hometown customers in Seattle and surrounding areas."

Prime now delivers from 8 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week. The cost for a one hour delivery is $7.99 but if you are in no rush and a two-hour delivery satisfies you, you can have that for free.

If you decide to order some tequila, look at all of the cool recipes you can make:
Various tequila drinks
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Amazon rolls out one-hour booze delivery

Tequila shots with wedges of lime and salt

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The Paloma: Tequila with grapefruit juice, lime, sugar, and club soda

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Switch up the Screwdriver with tequila instead of vodka

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Swap tequila in for rum in your next mojito. Trust us!

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Spike your next hot chocolate with tequila to warm up a chilly night.

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Make your own shandy with a splash of tequila, your favorite beer, and lemonade. 

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This June 9, 2014 photo shows a Texas tequila milkshake in Concord, N.H. Aged tequilas pair beautifully with ice cream. The alcohol will prevent the mixture from freezing solid. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)
Hundreds of guests celebrate the closing night of Oculto Manor and the introduction of Oculto, a unique lager blended with beer aged on tequila barrel staves on May 2, 2015 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for Oculto Manor)

A classic lime margarita on the rocks

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Strawberry margarita

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