ASOS Is Selling Slush Puppie Machines Just In Time For Summer
With most parts of the UK bathed in glorious sunlight, spring finally now feels like it's around the corner.
While many of us will be hitting the beer gardens around Britain to sink a few pints in the sun, you could be whetting your whistle in a much better way.
We all grew up with Slush Puppies but sadly they were always in the possession of other people and we never could get our hands on one...until now
Thanks to ASOS and Fizz Creations, you can now have that treat in the comfort of your own home with your very own Slush Puppie machine.
The duo has concocted a machine for us mere mortals, allowing you to create your own blend of the refreshing beverage. The machines cost £59.99 online and they make up to one litre of slush at a time - just make sure you add your own syrup.
The website reads: "Fizz Creations gets the mood just right with its innovative range of home accessories. Not afraid to push the boundaries of design, the brand's trend-led lights and mugs are perfect for gifting yourself and your mates."
It turns out that as we approach summer, and temperatures begin to creep up, other companies are starting to get on the ice-cold drink hype.
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There's no word on when they'll start shipping them out to the UK, but hopefully Coca Cola will get them too us before Summer hits. Or, failing that - make sure you book your holiday this year somewhere that stocks these beautiful new ice-cold editions.
The Coke slushies, which will reportedly be launched in Japan from 16 April, will come in handy portable pouches will be a frozen version of lemon-flavoured Coke.
Sure, Coca-Cola with Lemon may have had mixed feedback since it was first introduced back in 2001 - having since been discontinued in various countries - but there's something about the idea of drinking it in slushie form that means it might just get its moment as a bit of a summertime staple.
It's an exciting move for the world of soft drinks, as we've previously had to rely on a few cubes of rapidly melting ice to keep our beverage cool.
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