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Poptails – A Tropical Christmas Treat

Poptails – A Tropical Christmas Treat

Welcome to the exciting world of Poptails, whether spiking your pops is a new revelation to you or the thought of the Territorian Christmas heat has turned you into a seasoned frozen cocktail pro, we hope to share a little festive cheer and some handy tips for those game enough to get on board and embrace them.These little frozen delights are the perfect way to cool down and unwind throughout the silly season while also being extremely versatile; with the ability to be transformed into a delicious drinkable slush by simply popping one into a cup and letting the sun take care of the rest.They are offer all the relaxing and delicious benefits of a Cocktail in a refreshing and fun way, just make sure the kids and family pets don’t get their little mitts on them.

MODS AND VARIATIONS
The recipes below are based on popsicle moulds of about ½ cup or 100 ml. If you can’t find any exactly this size, don’t stress as it is the perfect opportunity to get creative with different shapes and sizes. We also recommend leaving a little bit of room for the poptails to expand during freezing. To remove frozen poptails from their moulds, simply run a little hot water on the outside and pull on the stick.

INGREDIENTS
The freshness and quality of your ingredients will determine how tasty your finished product will be. For fruit-based recipes this is best achieved with freshly squeezed fruit instead of a bottled substitute, premium liquor, free range eggs and organic milk and cream.

SUGAR SYRUPS
The freshness and quality of your ingredients will determine how tasty your finished product will be. For fruit-based recipes this is best achieved with freshly squeezed fruit instead of a bottled substitute, premium liquor, free range eggs and organic milk and cream.

TIP
You don’t always have to use the traditional moulds. Here’s some clever ideas for inspo, get creative!

See Territory Taste’s NT Themed Poptails in the recipe section.


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