SnoBar Cocktails

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SnoBar Cocktails
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Alcohol infused Margarita Ice Pop
Website
http://www.SnoBarCocktails.com

SnoBar Cocktails is a line of alcohol infused ice cream and ice-pops that launched in Arizona on December 9, 2011 and are available in liquor stores, restaurants and in grocery stores in specially branded freezers. The company founder, Shannon Masjedi, came up with the idea of alcohol infused ice cream and pops because of her nightly routine with her family. One night Shannon was preparing a new dessert for and she thought to add alcohol to give it a little kick.[1] Each serving of the company's ice cream and ice-pops features the equivalency of a full serving of alcohol.[2] In January 2012, the company announced plans to be available at pools in Las Vegas by the summer.[3]

Ice-Pop Flavors[edit]

SnöBar has three types of ice-pops, Margarita, Cosmopolitan, and Mojito. Each replicate the flavor of the traditional cocktails of the same name. The Margarita ice-pop is made with tequila, lime and triple sec and the Cosmopolitan ice-pop is made with vodka, triple sec and cranberry.

Ice Cream Flavors[edit]

The ice cream is available in the following flavors: Grasshopper, Pink Squirrel, Brandy Alexander and Brandy Alexander with Chocolate Chips. The Grasshopper includes all of the traditional ingredients of brandy, creme de menthe and creme de cacao; the Pink Squirrel includes brandy, almond liquer and creme de cacao; Brandy Alexander features brandy and creme de cacao while the Brand Alexander with Chocolate Chips includes brandy, creme de cacao and chocolate chips.[4]


Alcohol Content[edit]

With a pure alcohol content range of 3.59 to 6.41 percent (8.22 to 14.67 alc/vol), each serving of SnöBar ice-pops and ice cream has the equivalent alcohol percentage of a full cocktail.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SnoBar: Boozy Popsicles = Cocktail of the Future?". LAWeekly.com. LA Weekly. 
  2. ^ "Want Dessert? Show ID". Desert Living Today. www.desertlivingtoday.com. 
  3. ^ "Take a Look at What You Will Be Drinking Poolside in Vegas This Summer". VegasChatter.com. VegasChatter. 
  4. ^ "SnoBarCocktails.com". SnoBar Cocktails.