Iceland is selling gin and tonic and Mojito ice lollies

Iceland is selling gin and tonic and Mojito ice lollies

IF you fancy yourself as a bit of a cocktail enthusiast then you’ll want to head down to Iceland and give their new gin and tonic and Mojito ice lollies a go.
Iceland is currently selling the popsicles for £2 for 4 – so that’s only 50p a pop.
ICELAND Iceland is now selling Mojito Ice lollies
Described as, “the perfect cooler for a summer’s day,” the gin and tonic lollies pack a punch at 1.8 ABV.
Whereas, the mojito icicles that are designed for you to, “chill out with with a cheeky iced cocktail,” are only 1.5 ABV.
Each lolly contains 66ml so if you’re after an alternative to a boozy beverage then you may want to think about that to get the most bang for your buck.
GORDONS Gordon has created it’s own line of Gin flavoured lollies with POPS
Shoppers are spoilt for choice at the moment as companies are cottoning on to the latest boozy trends.
In the last ten years sales of gin – affectionately known as Mother’s Ruin – have tripled and with that a frenzy of flavours has followed.
If you fancy giving them a go but you’re not keen on the flavour, you’ve got plenty to choose from.
B&M has recently started selling rum and cola lollies for £1.59.
Even gin giant Gordon’s has popped onto the band wagon and teamed up with POPS to create it’s own popsicle for £2.50. 
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