Let's face it - one of the most exciting parts of going to the cinema or heading to Alton Towers is grabbing a Tango Ice Blast. There's nothing like a fizzy gulp of cherry/blue flavour slush (it's blue flavoured, don't @ me).
Those of you who agree will be pretty chuffed to learn that the company has launched Tango Liquid Ice Lollies, which taste just like the fan-favourite drink - and yes, they're fizzy too.
All you have to do is flock to your nearest Tesco store to get your hands on the ideal summer snack (yes, I know we're midway through September right now).
Once you've bagged them, you can enjoy the 'sub-zero tang' in cherry-flavoured lolly form - I can't think of anything I'd prefer to eat right now.
The Tango lollies come with a delicious iced shell and a cherry flavoured liquid core.
And for those veggies out there, let it be known that there are no animal products used in the making of this product, nor are there artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
The only downside? You'll have to be quick as they're selling out fast.
While they're still on the shelves, you can nab a pack of four for £2.49 from Tesco Extra stores, or £2.69 at Tesco Express outlets.
So what are you waiting for? Get stuck in! And while you're at it, why not get cracking with creating your own Tango Ice Blast at home?
The video is titled 'Who else is craving a Tango Ice Blast!?' and has been viewed by thousands of users who clearly miss the iconic cinema slushy.
He kicks things off by cutting a few ice lollies into strips - any flavour will do, he says, so don't worry about trying out a few different ones until you find something you like.
Then throw them into a blender with some ice cubes, a drop of food colouring and some Tango fizz.
Again, this can be any flavour - he goes for strawberry and watermelon which, quite frankly, sounds delish.
Blend it all together and then repeat the process with other flavour combinations before mixing them with one another to get your DIY Tango Ice Blast.
"Make sure you're mixing and matching," he says.
"Enjoy them while you're watching any film, or in my case, Jurassic Park."
Sounds like good advice.