Boozy ice lol­lies

BBC Good Food - - News & Trends -

IN THE BE­GIN­NING Pre­mium ice-lolly brand Pops launched in the UK in 2014. Set up by two old school friends, the brand’s of­fer­ing of Cham­pagne pop­si­cles be­came an in­stant hit on the food scene and in celebrity cir­cles thanks to the retro pack­ag­ing and con­sid­er­able boozy hit. THEN Other ar­ti­san brands, in­clud­ing Lic, be­gan to of­fer their own takes on al­co­holic ice lol­lies, which were sold at Fort­num & Ma­son. Jude’s Ice Cream hopped on board the gin trend by launch­ing a gin & tonic ice cream made with trendy Sip­smiths gin. MAIN­STREAM In spring 2017, Aldi launched its own range of bud­get-friendly al­co­holic ice lol­lies, com­plete with pop­si­cle pack­ag­ing. They’re avail­able in gin & tonic and bellini flavours and mea­sure in at a hefty 4.5% ABV.

EN­JOY IT YOUR­SELF Visit bbc­good­food. com and search ‘boozy ice lol­lies’ to find our re­fresh­ing takes on this su­per-cool trend. Ex­pect flavours like straw­berry & pros­ecco, Pimm’s and mango, chilli & tequila. Cheers!

Natalie Hard­wick

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