We can’t think of a better way to cool off than with a frozen treat – especially when it contains booze. Sorry kids, but these alcoholic ice lollies are for adults only!
Phew it’s hot outside! And what’s the perfect way to cool down? With one of these fruity and refreshing alcoholic ice-lollies of course! We’ve found some of our favourite cocktails in ice-lolly form, from a classic g&t to an espresso martini! Make sure you try them at home tonight!
KEEP CLICKING TO SEE OUR FAVOURITE ALCOHOLIC ICE LOLLIES!
Sometimes the classics are simply the best! A refreshing gin & tonic lolly is the perfect summer refresher.
Team tropical fruits and flavours with Pimms for a fruity popsicle that screams summer!
A decadent espresso martini lolly is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up!
These boozy grapefruit, basil, and vodka popsicles have got our mouths watering just looking at them. Citrus and vodka is a combination that works every time.
Want the taste of Spain in an ice lolly? Try these Pomegranate and Champagne Sangria ice lollies.
You only need three ingredients to create these Peach Bellini Popsicles, they are so easy.
Watermelon Mojitos are a fresh novelty to the usual mojito, especially when they’re in ice lolly form!
These boozy strawberry lemonade lollies have a little vodka twist!
Is gin your poison? If so, you’ll love these ice lollies – a tasty combo of gin, cucumber, and elderflower cordial.
If your go-to cocktail is a daiquiri, you’ll love these tropical strawberry cool downs.
How good do these layered margarita ice lollies look? We’d recommend them for impressing guests at barbecues.
We’re drawn to these cherry coconut rum popsicles because the colours remind us of the St. George’s flag – perfect for any World Cup parties you’ll be having over the summer. They taste delicious too.
Can’t resist a glass of white wine? Try it frozen! Create this lolly with a mixture of Sauvignon Blanc, Brandy, and fruit.
Mango and lime make a great pair – have you ever tried the fruit pots in Pret? It’s a very popular snack in Mexico. As it turns out, it’s also a great combination for an ice lolly – with tequila of course!