Truly Is Selling BOOZY Ice Cream and Sorbet That Taste JUST Like Hard Seltzer

The Truly pints come in four fruity flavors.

It feels like Truly, White Claw and other hard seltzers came out of nowhere to be super popular! It makes sense, because they’re fruity, light and more than perfect for a hot day. With so many different brands and flavors, it’s almost impossible to keep them all straight (and try them all, of course).

What’s also fruit, light and perfect for summer, you ask? Sorbet! No wonder Truly thought to create a line of spiked sorbet and ice cream.

What’s in This Spiked Ice Cream

This time, Truly and Tipsy Scoop joined forces to create a line of boozy pints that are perfect for combating the summer heat. To make things easy, they’re selling a “spiked seltzer bundle” that has everything you’ll want to try this year.

In the bundle, you’ll find one pint each of:

  • Truly Strawberry Lemonade Sorbet
  • Truly Mango Lemonade Sorbet
  • Truly Original Lemonade Ice Cream
  • Truly Black Cherry Lemonade Ice Cream

The bundle also includes one can each of Truly Strawberry Lemonade, Truly Mango Lemonade, Truly Original Lemonade and Truly Black Cherry Lemonade. We’re tempted to put the sorbet and spiked lemonade in the blender to make a boozy ice cream drink!

It’s Time to Grab One for Yourself

That’s quite the bundle, right? Just the sound of all that fruity goodness has my mouth watering. If you’re as interested as I am, you can grab one of the bundles for $60. You can also order JUST the pints for $48.

I know the price tag sounds pretty steep, but think about all the unbelievable spiked lemonade seltzer sorbet you’ll be serving up on your patio. You’ll easily be the envy of the neighborhood!

For a more budget-friendly take on this trend, Häagen-Dazs also has a line of “Spirits” ice-cream pints (which we definitely tried), and they were a total hit.

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Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.