Boozy push-pops are now available at Paddlefish in Disney Springs

There’s a fun new way for adults to cool off at Disney Springs. Paddlefish, the restaurant in the shape of a paddleboat that’s known for its seafood, is now offering boozy push-pops for their adults guests.

The alcoholic push-pops are created by combining Italian-style sorbet and top-shelf liquor. Currently, the push-pops come in eight different flavors such as Lemon Drop Martini and Moscow Mule, but additional flavors are expected to be announced in the near future.

Each push-pop costs between $12 and $14, and is 15% alcohol by volume.


What a fun twist on a classic childhood treat.

The boozy push-pops are created by Buzz Pop Cocktails, who live by the “Lick Your Way to Paradise” slogan.


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