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This Bar Has Created Cocktails Made From Fruity Starburst Infused Gin

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This Bar Has Created Cocktails Made From Fruity Starburst Infused Gin

With much of Britain being bathed in gorgeous sunshine over the last few weeks, beer gardens have been packed and alcohol has most certainly been consumed. While a cheeky gin and tonic in the sun is nice, it can get mildly repetitive after a while.

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If you wanted to get a bit more of a sweeter hit, then you might want to stop by the Kiltipper Cafe and Late Bar in Dublin because they're churning out some gin cocktails that are infused with none other than Starburst sweets.

Anyone fancy a trip to Ireland to sip on one of these bad boys?

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From the looks of things, you can mix it up with the flavours if you don't particularly like lemon or orange or any of the other items.

It would be the perfect thing to wash down on a nice, gorgeous day. But if you can't fork out the cash to get to Ireland, then maybe just buy a bottle of gin and chuck in some Starburst and bob's ya.

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This just adds to the epic variety of summer beverages to quench your thirst over the next few weeks.

Delicioso Dessert Parlour has been churning out slushies in Kirkcaldy, Scotland since June last year and - as most of us do when we're at work - occasionally you just need to try something different to spice things up.

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One day they decided to try to combine kid's lunchbox classic drinks to make up a whole new type of slushy.

They've come up with a variety of tantalising treats: slushies flavoured with Ribena, Capri Sun, Rubicon Mango and - perhaps the most important of all - Vimto.

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Credit: Delicioso Dessert Parlour
Credit: Delicioso Dessert Parlour

The Vimto slushy sounds like the most refreshing thing in the world - it's proven massively popular online, and with their customers too. Now just imagine chucking a cheeky bit of rum, tequila, vodka or rum in there and you've got yourself a bloody refreshing drink.

However - the big question is, this being Scotland, where's the Irn-Bru flavour? Surely that's what the people of Kirkcaldy really need?

"We definitely have plans for doing an Irn-Bru," co-owner Thomas Grundy told LADbiblereplies. "We want to release another four but we were going to wait a month and Irn-Bru was on that list, as well as Sunny Delight."

Now, if you're nowhere near Ireland or Scotland then that's okay, most of these drinks are pretty easy to make in the comfort of your own home.

Featured Image Credit: Kiltipper Cafe and Late Bar/Facebook

Topics: Ireland, Food, Awesome, Gin And Tonic, Gin, Community, dublin

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