What would make a summer’s day complete for you? An ice lolly? A cool glass of rosé wine? How about both? A frozen rosé ice lolly: a Frosé.

Bringing a sparkle of sophistication to summer this year are two old school friends who have mastered the art of the grown-up ice lolly. James Rae and Harry Clarke will be exhibiting their refreshing approach to the traditional popsicle at Farm Shop & Deli Show and they’re inviting you to pop by their stand for a taste of cool refinement.

James Rae and Harry Clarke

 

BOLLY LOLLY

The company, POPS, was founded in 2014 after James and Harry hit upon the idea to blend the nostalgia of a popsicle with the luxury of champagne. As a result, the world’s first champagne ice popsicle was born.

 

Did You Know?
Miley Cyrus was the first ever person to try their champagne classic popsicle.

 

James and Harry say, “As our brand grew, so did our product range and we now offer a range of alcohol and alcohol-free popsicles ensuring there is a POPS suitable for every member of the family to enjoy!

POPS

STOP ME AND BUY ONE!

Their latest creation combines rosé wine and raspberries and, in its pink pinstripe push-up tube, the Frosé looks set to take the summer by storm. James says, “We use our POPScycle bikes as mobile units for events and festivals like Glastonbury. Keep an eye out for one near you this summer! You can even find us throughout Ibiza, where we have a summer office.”

 

POPScycle      Poparazzi

 

WHICH FLAVOUR WOULD YOU LICK?

Classic Champagne
Half a glass of Champagne 
38 calories 
Gluten-free
4.3% ABV

Bellini – The Bestseller
Half a glass of prosecco, peach schnapps, blood orange juice and hibiscus flowers
56 calories
Gluten-free
3.8% ABV

Frosé – New
Rosé wine and raspberry
30 calories
4.3% ABV

Strawberry and Mint
Made with real fruit
33 Calories
Gluten-free
Alcohol-free

Apple and Elderflower
Made with real fruit
42 Calories
Gluten-free
Alcohol-free

And look out for two new flavours coming soon: Watermelon Martini and Chilly Mango.

Please do slurp responsibly.

 

STAR SUCKERS

As they are arguably the most decadent of ice lollies on the market, it comes as no surprise that POPS have been served in a number of high-profile locations from the staterooms at St James’s Palace to the pit lanes during the Monaco Grand Prix. They have also attracted a lot of attention from stars and celebrities like Andy Murray, Bella Hadid, The Chainsmokers, Kate Moss, Jonathan Ross, Gordon Ramsay and Alan Carr who have all tried and enjoyed.

Andy Murray      Gordon Ramsay

 

Talk to the POPS team about stocking their products in your own fine establishment at stand K109.