This Cake Is Perfect For Strongbow Dark Fruits Lovers Everywhere
While a stock standard birthday cake is great and all, having one that's a bit more in tune to your beverage of choice is awesome.
So if you're a fan of a cheeky Strongbow Dark Fruit, then boy, have we got a treat for you.
Sweet Suzie's is a cake shop in Glasgow that has concocted this banging creation. Sadly, it doesn't appear to be an alcoholic cake (is that even a thing?) but the Dark Fruits cake is filled with black currant jam that's been infused with the cider.
How incredible is this?
We can only imagine who would enjoy one of these bad boys - Paul Gavin and Alfie Smeaton.
Don't worry if their names don't jump out at you, but they're the two LADs who enjoy Dark Fruits so much that they got matching tattoos.
The two pals had considered getting tatts to cement their friendship for a while but they weren't sure on a design, until one night, while knocking back the Strongbow Dark Fruits, the idea came to them.
Speaking to LADbible, proud tattoo-owner Paul said: "We'd had a drink and were thinking about what design we could get when we decided that Strongbow Dark Fruits was something we had in common, so we settled on that.
"We both have quite a few tattoos - this wasn't even my first drunken tattoo. Alfie once tattooed my own name on my stomach.
Alfie added: "We'd talked about getting matching tattoos before - Paul is like a brother to me. We had just booked a festival and were drunkenly planning how much Dark Fruits we were going to bring and one of suggested that we get tattoos of cans.
"We booked in and as the date came nearer it just seemed like a better and better idea. On the day I was just feeling excited - no regrets."
They even included each other's names at the bottom - a last minute decision, according to Paul.
If you're not that hardcore, but still love a Dark Fruits, then maybe just stick to the kegs that you can totally get in UK supermarkets.
Morrisons is selling the kegs for £17 - for which you get five litres of sugary, summery goodness.
At present they're only available in stores - you can't order it online, in other words - but since I imagine you're probably grabbing your coat and legging it out the door to pick up a keg right now, just think how refreshed you'll be after chugging some of the good stuff.
Think about it - five whole litres. That's more than enough for you and your friends to drink on a lovely warm afternoon in the garden.
Featured Image Credit: Sweet Suzie/Strongbow