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Dublin: 13 °C Wednesday 16 October, 2019
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A Dublin company is making booze-infused tubs of ice-cream and the flavours are unreal

Revelation.

ORIGINALLY STARTING OUT with their own brand of cocktails that you can buy in Irish supermarkets, Dublin-based Paint The Town Red have added another range of products to their line:

Alcohol-infused ice cream.

The 4% tubs come in four different flavours, and you might need to sit down

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They are:

  • Honey Bourbon Whiskey Caramel
  • Irish Cream Liqueur Choc’Chip
  • Spiced Rum & Vanilla Bean
  • Caribbean Rum Strawberry Daiquiri

We’re dealing with a perfect combination here, as they describe:

these Ice Cream desserts combine the authentic flavours of premium
spirits with the sweet flavours of traditional ice creams to create a truly unique taste. Each Ice Cream Dessert contains 4% alcohol and is presented in a 120ml Tub with a spoon included.

An intriguing development in, eh, fusion cuisine

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Stockists right now are, sadly, confined to Dublin, and include:

  • Mortons Ranelagh
  • Spar Clontarf
  • Fresh Supermarket Smithfield
  • Londis Shiels Malahide
  • Spar Ballymany Shopping Centre Newbridge
  • Spar Ashtown Grove
  • Spar Castleknock Centre
  • Spar Dutch Village Clondalkin

DailyEdge.ie has reached out to Paint The Town Red to see if this creation will be making it to the rest of the country any time soon.

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The “strictly for adults” slogan on the front lets us know that this isn’t your regular tub of vanilla

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Beautiful.

 hat tip Lovin’ Dublin

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