Alcoholic Ice Pops Headed To Phoenix
PHOENIX, Dec. 7 (UPI) — The company behind the SnoBar alcoholic frozen treats says its products are headed to Arizona liquor stores.
Daniela Galarza, spokeswoman for SnoBar, said the products will not be sold in regular stores, but will be in Phoenix-area Total Wine liquor stores by the end of the week, KPHO-TV, Phoenix, reported Tuesday.
Galarza said the idea for the alcoholic treats came to the company’s founders “one night while drinking and eating ice cream.”
She said the margarita pops are made “with premium tequila, lime, triple sec,” while the cosmopolitan pops include vodka, triple sec and cranberry juice.
“It tastes exactly like the cocktail and I’ve had them and they’re really good. And they get you buzzed,” the spokeswoman said.
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