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    Ice Cream Made From Holy Water and Liquor

    Geo Beats

    by Geo Beats

    Ice Cream Made From Holy Water and Liquor - as part of the news series by GeoBeats.

    Bored with your current ice cream, then try something new. Introducing the Vice Lolly. Consisting of holy water, 80% absinthe and described as "a spiritual refreshment that is miraculous and medicinal in a single lick."

    The gun shaped popsicle is stirring controversy not only with its ingredients, but also with its advertisement campaign featuring a nun licking her lips and the green popsicle.

    Produced by the Icecreamists, who brought us breast milk ice cream, the Vice Lolly can be obtained at the their shop in London.

    The owner of Icecreamists says it takes about three of the alcoholic popsicles to get a buzz.

    The Vice Lolly contains absinthe liquor, which is illegal in the United States and heavily regulated in some other countries. The traditional way of drinking absinthe is by melting a sugar cube over ignited absinthe and extinguishing the flames before drinking. So Vice lolly is a cool new way to get your absinthe fix.

    What do you think? Would you want to try vice lolly?