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  • Neon Penguin lights up the frozen aisle
  • Neon Penguin lights up the frozen aisle
    Neon Penguin (2015) ©

Neon Penguin lights up the frozen aisle

Fancy pre-drinking on pistachio? How about an ice lolly laced with liquor? With its new range of ‘alcoholic ices’, UK-based Neon Penguin can offer you just that – cocktails and ice cream all rolled into one. Available in a range of flavours, these puddings are packing a serious amount of punch.



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