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Costco Brings Back The Famous 100-Calorie Vodka Ice Popsicles This Summer And They're A Dream Come True

Costco Brings Back The Famous 100-Calorie Vodka Ice Popsicles This Summer And They're A Dream Come True

The boozy freezer pops come in a 12-count variety pack and is sold for just $19.99. It comes in four flavors—Lemon Drop, Cosmopolitan, Appletini, and Watermelon Lemonade.

With summer just around the corner, the temperatures are going to soar and we are always in search of something to cool it off! There are plenty of options, be it aerated drinks, juice, ice cream and whatnot. 

But thanks to Skinny Freezers by Slim Chillers, there's something new in store for the adults. Sorry kids, not this time! Adults can now cool it off with vodka ice pops. Never heard of it before? Wait, we've got all the deets! As reported by PEOPLE.



 

 

Costco, BevMo, and other various liquor stores are selling the Skinny Freezers, that are the perfect treat for you after a long day at work. And its time to start stocking up on these because summer is going to be long and you are going to need these freezer pops. 

It is made with premium, eight-times distilled, charcoal-filtered vodka, and the best part? It is low cal, only 100 calories in each pop with an 8% alcohol volume. They're made with vodka, flavoring, and a bit of vermouth to add to it. So be careful when you consume them because they might sneak up on you before you'd even know it! 



 

 

The freezer pops come in a 12-count variety pack and is sold for just $19.99. It comes in four flavors—Lemon Drop, Cosmopolitan, Appletini, and Watermelon Lemonade. However, they are not available in all the Costco stores and this was confirmed by Slim Chillers. They are only found in select Costco locations across California, Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado, reports Delish.



 

 

If you are from California, Slim Chillers is also now available in most BevMo stores, as well as many local liquor stores. And if you are like us, too lazy to go out shopping and rather prefer things reach to you, then these freezer pops are also available online through Hi-Time Wine, where you can buy them individually or in 12-packs. But, if you pick 'em up at Costco, you can get one of these fun tube containers.

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And if you are one of those, who don't really fancy the idea of vodka, the company has got more options just for you! They have also launched a line of skinny wine cocktails that come in the ice popsicle form. The pops come in Orangeberry Mimosa, Blackberry Pomegranate Sangrini, Strawberry Grapefruit Rossini, and Peach Mango Bellini. It also contains eight percent alcohol.

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After many rumors that flooded the internet about the low calorie pops, popular Instagram handle "Costco Deals" were the ones to confirm the news with a post that read, "O.M.G.... #vodka #martiniotter pops?!! $19.99 for 12! I know these won’t be in Oregon cuz we are a liquor controlled state but if you have these in your store can you tell us in the comments below what city and state? [email protected] *price and availability may vary per store."

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Twitter has been going crazy ever since the fan favorite made it to Costco. People have been reacting over its return. "I found vodka martini freezer pops at Costco tonight and now I’m pretty excited about my plans for getting drunk this summer," one user wrote. "Costco now sells vodka martini otter pops, you’re welcome," another added. 

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While an Instagram user didn't think it was going to be that easy to get their hands on it. "Got mine at the Middleton, WI Costco 97 miles away from home... if I had known they were rare I would have gotten 4 instead of 1 lol..."

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So what are you waiting for? Go grab a few packs because summer is going to be really long. Slim Chillers also has a "Where to Buy" section on their website, so if you can't find them anywhere then check out if they are bringing the boozy popsicles at any other establishments near you. We would like to wish you luck over your search for these but there's just more thing -- to enjoy them responsibly! 

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