Sainsbury’s has announced that they will be launching brand new alcoholic ice pop flavours just in time for the summer.
Nothing says summer like enjoying a refreshing ice lolly on a hot sunny day – and what could be better than an ice pop made from Prosecco, or tasting of our favourite Friday nice beverage – gin and tonic?
Sainsbury’s have got you sorted this summer, as the supermarket are launching two brand new cocktail-flavoured alcoholic ice lollies.
The adults-only ice pops come in two different flavours; gin & tonic and raspberry bellini. A pack of four of these alcoholic ice pops cost only £2.50 – that’s about 62p for each ice pop!
Sainsbury’s alcoholic ice pops blend fruity flavours with classic British bubbles and spirits. The Sainsbury’s Gin & Tonic Ice Pops are made with gin, lemon juice, lime and tonic, while the by Sainsbury’s Raspberry Bellini Ice Pops boast Prosecco with raspberry puree for a refreshing summer treat.
Sainsbury’s Gin & Tonic Ice Pops, £2.50
The fun push-up ice pops are to be enjoyed as a twist on traditional ice lollies for adults and make the perfect summer treat or a party favourite.
Joanne Brind, Product Developer at Sainsbury’s, commented: ‘We know that cocktails continue to be a huge trend for our customers and we’ve developed these brand new ice pops so they can enjoy classic botanical and fruity flavours while keeping cool this summer. With four in a pack, they’re a fab frozen treat to share with friends – not to mention an easy way to be the popular one at any party!’
Sainsbury’s Raspberry Bellini Ice Pops, £2.50
These two new ice lolly flavours join Sainsbury’s current adult ice pops range which includes blackcurrant, carrot and beetroot smoothie flavoured ice pops, apple, mango with cucumber, fennel and lime smoothie ice pops, coconut, pineapple and lime ice lollies and Valencia orange ice lollies.
Sainsbury’s alcoholic ice pops will be available from 14th May 2018 in most UK stores in the freezer aisle. They will be sold to strictly over 18s only. The new alcoholic ice lollies are 4.5% ABV – so definitely not suitable for children!