Summer is here and we’re dreaming of all the amazing treats that accompany hot weather. One such indulgence has been blowing up our newsfeed lately, and we can’t wait to get our hands on some. Hello, boozy popsicles.
Geniuses from retailers across the country have turned this childhood treat into an adult refreshment, so we’ve rounded up all the places you can find boozy popsicles this season.
This brand of boozy pops is taking the bar to your freezer. Pops provides a variety of flavors, including Bellini and Moscow Mule, as well as the newly released Pimm’s. The brand was the first to create a Champagne popsicle, as the creators had a shared dream of combining childhood nostalgia with the luxury Champagne provides. Pops’ premium ice popsicles are available in select locations.
It’s impossible to turn down these summer treats by Aldi. These refreshing cocktail popsicles will not only provide an excellent buzz, they won’t hurt your wallet—each four-pack is less than $5 each and the popsicle has a 4.5 percent ABV. Whether you’re looking for a prosecco and Peach Bellini combo or a Gin & Tonic, this brand has you covered.
This Atlanta-based company has combined its love of cocktails and popsicles and created the hybrid of our dreams: Poptails. King of Pops opened a location in Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall and creates custom cocktails inspired by its beloved popsicle flavors. To make this experience even cooler, popsicles are creatively served inside the cocktails as well so guests get the best of both worlds.
This one’s for you, music enthusiasts! N1CE is a new crowdfunding concept courtesy of a collaboration between a successful music producer and an award-winning bartender. DJs Ingrosso, Axwell and Alesso have already partnered up with the brand in hopes of using these cool cocktails to heat up the club scene. This brilliant idea provides the convenience of not spilling your drink awkwardly on the dance floor and will be found in bars, restaurants, hotels and retail stores soon.
If these options require too much travel, don’t sweat it. We have some recipes so you can make your own at home.