Gin and Tonic Popsicles Exist and Summer is Completely Changed

POPSthis link opens in a new tab, the Britain-based adult popsicle  link opens in a new tabcompany, is launching a new flavor that will have gin and tonic fans begging for a passport.

The company teamed up with Gordon’s Ginthis link opens in a new tab to create the gin and lime-flavored treat.The best part? Each popsicle has only 47 calories.

Now, for the not-so-great part(s): The alcohol percentage is pretty measly (.5 percent ABV), so don’t expect to get a buzz from these pops. Most POPs products—like the Champagne, Bellini, Frose, and Martini-flavored popsicles—ring in at about 4 percent ABV.

While POPS isn’t available in the U.S. you can get alcohol-infused popsicles at Costco. The superstore sells boozy popsicles called Slim Chillers this link opens in a new tab in Cosmopolitan, Watermelon Lemonade, Appletini, and Lemon Drop flavors.

These adult popsicles definitely pack a bigger punch: Each one features an 8 percent ABV, which makes the slightly higher calorie count (100 calories per pop) but actually worth it.



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