When you’re ready to cool down with a boozy sip, consider going for a spiked popsicle this summer. Jake Kirsch, VP of Innovation at Anheuser-Busch, tells Elite Daily the boozy popsicle trend is at its peak, bringing “new-school flavors to an old-school product.” According to Kirsch, the draw of these treats is that they harken back to fond memories. “The best expression of nostalgia is boozy popsicles,” he says. If you’re ready for a trip down memory lane with a grown-up twist, check out all these alcoholic popsicle options.
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Bud Light Seltzer Frozen Icicles include retro-inspired flavors with a 5% ABV like Cherry Limeade, Blue Raspberry, and Summer Ice, with a familiar hard seltzer taste. These limited-edition bites are available through summer, so you’ll want to grab a few packs before they disappear.
Put down that glass of lemonade ASAP. You can imbibe with frozen iterations of Naturdays’ Strawberry Lemonade and Pineapple Lemonade flavors, plus they deliver a kick of 8% ABV and are on the cheaper side for boozy pops, selling for $10 for a 12-count pack.
Ritas’ Freeze-A-Ritas first launched in 2020 as a limited-time summer treat, and they’re back for 2021 to keep you cool with an icy bite. The 8% ABV pops come in a 12-count variety pack of two flavors — Lime and Strawberry margarita.
Truly fans can score a 12-count pack of Truly Lemonade Hard Seltzer flavors with fan-favorites like Original Lemonade, Mango Lemonade, and Strawberry Lemonade. The 5% ABV Truly Lemonade Freeze Pops are available in 26 states for between $16.99 and $18.99, so look for it on your next groceries run.
If a cocktail is your go-to, you can take summer to a new level with these Cutwater Spirit Pops Frozen Margarita bites. With a 7% ABV and flavors like Lime, Mango, Strawberry, and Pineapple Margarita, you’ll want to keep your freezer stocked.