A Dessert Parlour in Scotland has been making up some pretty original slushies out of classic childhood drinks.
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.
With that in mind, 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.
The Vimto slushy sounds like the most refreshing thing in the world - it's proven massively popular online, and with their customers too.
Co-owner Thomas Grundy told LADbible: "Seeing as I spend a lot of time in the shop we like to experiment with different products and try new things and we came up with the slushies which all taste amazing!
"Within three hours of posting them on our Facebook page it had reached over 300,000 people with around 1000 shares, a great reaction. We didn't think they would be as popular as they are so we didn't prepare ourselves with stock!"
After ordering in a load more stuff to make the drinks they will be back on sale in the near future - they're £3.50 a go if you're interested, which of course you are.
What is more interesting is the plans that Grundy and his co-owner and cousin Ross Anderson have for the future, as they're planning to keep on releasing new flavours every month to keep punters on their toes. He continued: "Yeah we have lots of ideas in mind for the future, we like to bring something new out every month to keep people coming."
They got into slushy business (and it's a serious business) after realising that they were going massively out of their way to plug a gap that only ice-based drinks can fill.
He added: "Me and Ross were travelling 10 miles to get a Tango Ice Blast, so the idea came from that. We have an Ice Blast machine in the shop!
"We knew Kirkcaldy would love this and before we know it we had plans of doing lots of different desserts also."
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," Grundy replies. "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."
Aye, well get on it. Scotland - nay, the world - needs it.