ATLANTA, Ga. -- High schoolers are using popular baking ingredients to get drunk and they're getting them from grocery stores in a disturbing trend, a school in Georgia warned.
Atlanta's Grady High School said that some students are going to a grocery store and buying bourbon vanilla extract.
They then mix it with coffee they buy at Starbucks and walk to school with a buzz.
A small bottle of vanilla extract is 70 proof, which is a little less than a bottle of vodka.
In one case, a student at Grady ended up drunk and had to go to the emergency room.
Students are getting drunk off vanilla extract, Atlanta school warns