Want to eat your vegan cake and get buzzed off it too? This dream may not be far off as Sticky Fingers bakery is applying for a liquor license, the Washington City Paper reports.

The Columbia Heights bakery, already famous in D.C. for its animal product-free fare, won the acclaim of cable audiences this spring after booze-infused offerings — including a chocolate cinnamon cupcake filled with a bourbon caramel sauce and topped with bourbon vanilla frosting — clinched the top prize in the Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars.”

But the alcohol just adds flavor, usually in the form of a frosting or sauce, making effects other than a sugar high pretty much non-existent.

This sets Sticky Fingers cupcakes apart from Crunkcakes, which, with nearly a full shot of liquor per treat, are sold at licensed bars.

With a liquor license, Sticky Fingers could introduce a true “21-and-over” line of cupcakes, as well as serve alcoholic beverages like organic beer and wine at the bakery, owner Doron Petersan told City Paper’s Young and Hungry blog.