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Further Proving This Timeline is Broken, Coors and Tipsy Collab On Hard Seltzer and Boozy Ice Cream

by Rudy Sanchez on 06/24/2021 | 1 Minute Read

Has frosé become blasé? 

Seems like the frozen wine concoction’s popularity is tied to the fortunes of its prime ingredient, which, let’s face it, has lost some of its hype to hard seltzers. Now, Tipsy Scoop and Coors Seltzer want to keep the boozy dessert and fizzy flavored water momentum going with a limited edition orange and cream flavor.

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Available as a seltzer, Coors’ Orange Cream Pop recreates the classic flavor in seltzer form, with a can deviating from the usual Coors Seltzer label design with a creamy, melting orange cream band along the top and a script font reminiscent of old-timey ice cream parlors. The back of the can is a nostalgic depiction of an orange creamsicle emblazoned with the Coors Seltzer logo. Tipsy Pint labels share a similar look, with Coors Seltzer branding dominating the packaging, save for the top.

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On the ice cream side of things, Tipsy is offering the limited-edition flavor—which, if you’re keeping score, is an alcoholic ice cream based on a hard seltzer flavor based on a classic soda based on an ice cream treat—at select NYC “barlors” and online for nationwide delivery.

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