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You Can Now Get Strongbow Dark Fruits Ice-Cream To Cool You Down All Summer

You Can Now Get Strongbow Dark Fruits Ice-Cream To Cool You Down All Summer

Is there anything better than chilling with your mates while sipping on an ice cool can of Strongbow Dark Fruits? Actually, yes.

That's because you can now get your hands on these incredible Strongbow Dark Fruits ice-creams to keep you cool during this heatwave.

The delicious new treat was the brain child of the fellas over at Ice Falkirk, an artisan ice cream shop, that recently visited Spinningfields in Manchester with the Strongbow Dark Fruits ice-cream. Why did no one tell us?!

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Instagram/Ice Falkirk
Instagram/Ice Falkirk
Instagram/Ice Falkirk
Instagram/Ice Falkirk

Well, it seems like everyone is on the Strongbow Dark Fruits hype as the Blackhorse in Chester-Le-Street releases its Strongbow Dark Fruits slushes, and we can't stop thinking about them.

The deliciously refreshing beverage was created by pub manager Caroline Symm, who has create a range of delicious slushie cocktails.

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She told PRETTY52: "The dark fruits cocktail first became really popular last year, but it's not the only cocktail that we do."

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"We also have the Edinburgh rhubarb and ginger gin, iron bru cocktail, twister cocktail, we do WKD vodka blue, we do all sorts of slush cocktails.

"But the dark fruits one is the one that seems to have gone crackers on social media."

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The gorgeous slushie cocktails are only only sale during the summer months, and the Blackhorse put the dark fruit cocktails back on sale recently, so you better hurry if you want to go and enjoy one, or five.

The deliciously refreshing drinks are on sale for £6 per cocktail or two for £10, so we'll take six.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Strongbow/PRETTY52

Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at Tyla. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on [email protected]

 

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