by Stranger EverOut Staff

Canons Scotter Pops are made with gin, fruity aperitif, bitter pomegranate, yuzu, and key lime.

Canon‘s Scotter Pops are made with gin, fruity aperitif, bitter pomegranate, yuzu, and key lime. Canon via Instagram

As someone who has spent at least 21 years on Earth, you probably already know that your favorite boozy beverage tastes delicious both with a popsicle and as a popsicle. With these undisputed facts in mind, we’ve rounded up all the local spots serving up boozy slushies, pops, and other alcohol-infused summer treats, from Hot Cakes‘ frozen milkshakes to Navy Strength‘s Bomb-Pop slushies.

Artusi
This tried-and-true aperitivo bar has Lush Pops in Peach Rosé Sangria and Bourbon Blackberry Tea.
Capitol Hill

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Source: https://www.thestranger.com/things-to-do/2020/08/10/44260440/where-to-get-frozen-boozy-drinks-in-seattle-right-now