Liquor-Infused Ice Cream Now Legal in New York

KFI: Proving that 2020 can’t be ALL bad – New York has given the go-ahead to ice-cream manufactures to begin producing liquor-infused ice cream.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation on Monday authorizing the manufacture and sale of liquor-infused frozen deserts. The bill is meant to help kickstart the state’s economy – especially for dairy workers, liquor producers, restaurants and retailers who have seen an “increasing consumer demand” for alcoholic ice cream. more here

13 Comments on Liquor-Infused Ice Cream Now Legal in New York

  1. Liquor infused ice cream may seem like an off-the-wall idea, but if you haven’t had a dollop of Drambuie poured over a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream you’ve missed out on a real treat.

  2. Kudos to Baskin Robbins. They found a way to stay open for business during any dempanic lock-down. They are now considered a liquor store.

  3. Maybe they’re just trying to keep their sheeple drunk? Lots of vodka did wonders for the Soviet Communists.

  4. I’m working on a modern day Pikanniey Freeze that is showing great promise. Sliced watermelon infused with Everclear & frozen. Will probably have trouble marketing it though.

  5. I was on the town square in Georgetown, Texas last week and had some Jack & Coke ice cream. It was really good.


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