B&M Is Selling Alcoholic Sorbet And It's Perfect For Summer
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As soon as the late May Bank Holiday arrives, it's officially ice cream season - and B&M has delivered the ultimate iced treat just in time.
Say hello to B&M's new gin and tonic sorbet! Drool.
The boozy sorbet looks so delish, with the tangy flavour we know and love and a hint of lemon for a refreshing zesty kick.
And they're packaged in chic flutes, so they'd be perfect for an evening garden party.
First posted on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains group on Facebook, shoppers have been going wild for the sorbet.
One wrote: "Let's fill the freezer!"
While another added: "Trip to B&M after work then."
The bargain retailer is also selling rum and cola ice lollies with a hint of lime - but make sure to separate them in the freezer, after one fan pointed out the potentially disastrous consequences of a little one getting their hands on the boozy lollies by mistake!
"Anyone else just open ice lolly boxes and chuck them in the drawers to save space? Imagine coming in finding your kid had ate four rum and colas thinking they were Calippo's!"
The sorbet and ice lollies are both priced at £1.50 per pack - or you can snap up two for £2.50. While the sorbets come in a pack of two, the lollies are packaged in four.
In other boozy news, you'll soon be able to pick up Pimm's ice lollies in Waitrose stores.
The Pimm's lollies will be available from 2nd June onwards, alongside another Bellini flavoured lolly. The Pimm's popsicle is a world first, and is made from Pimm's No.1, lemonade, real strawberries and wonky cucumbers. It's also 4.3 per cent ABV, which is pretty boozy for a lolly.
You can read more about them here. Looks like we'll be spoilt for choice this summer!
Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink