At approximately $60 for a dozen, each pop costs about $10 each once you factor in the $35.00 flat-rate shipping fee. All of the flavors are 5% alcohol by volume – which means you must be at least 21 years of age to enjoy them – and available in packs of 12, 24 and 48. It also looks like you can mix and match your order so you can try all of them.
We haven’t yet had a chance to taste test these tasty treats but we’re hoping to do so soon and even have plans for a future event so stay tuned. In the meantime, stop by FrutaPOP for a full list of their healthy frozen dessert options and to place an order for your upcoming event
Although I remember hearing about this story a few years ago, it can still be filed under: deplorable! The young lady, who I think we can appropriately label as the victim, recalled a story of attending a wedding, and not too long after receiving a message from the Bride expressing her dissatisfaction with the $100 wedding gift she received from she and her date. You can read the message for yourself below, but we must warn you: Your blood WILL boil.
“Hi Tanya, how are you? I just want to know is there any reason or dissatisfaction of Mike’s and I wedding that both you and Phil gave 50$ each? In terms of the amount we got from you both was very unexpected as a result we were very much short on paying off the reception because just for the cocktail + reception alone the plate per person is 200$ (as per a normal wedding range with open bar is about) and Mike and I both have already paid for everything else including decor, photography, attire etc and didn’t expect we had to cover that huge amount for reception as well. As I know you both live together and work, so I did not see any reason for that amount, when it comes to your wedding hopefully you’ll know what I mean. I hope for the best as from what we receive is what we will give back. Anyways, good luck on everything.”
Now, I’m not sure if the Bride was aware but the young lady whom she is berating had recently graduate, was only working part-time and didn’t know the couple very well. Regardless, I think it goes without saying that this is a most inappropriate response to any gift.
But….just in case anyone reads this that is unsure, let me take this moment to clarify: there is no rule that states that a guest must give a gift to a party to which they are invited or what they should give. No, not even a wedding. And as the recipient, it is just poor etiquette to question the amount of the gift that is given and you should NEVER rely on gifts to pay off the balance for your wedding vendors.
I wrote this recipe down a few months ago and recently featured it as the drink of the night for a girl’s night in. The name was changed to ‘Tickled Pink’ but it was still a huge hit and I highly recommend it for any event. What’s better? You can easily swap out the vanilla vodka for an alcohol-free mocktail that is still delicious. Cheers!
1.5 ounces vanilla vodka
1.5 ounces cranberry juice
1/2 ounce champagne
Maraschino cherries (1 per glass)
Combine vodka and cranberry juice in an ice shaker, half-filled with ice cubes. Shake well. Strain into glass. Top with Champagne. Drop in cherry. Enjoy!
I couldn’t resist the urge to grab the fellas attention with the sports acronym however, truth be told, I’m not referring to NBA as in National Basketball Association but as in something far more delectable and celebration worthy – National Brandy Alexander Day.
Brandy Alexander is rumored to have been first concocted at the wedding of Princess Mary and Lord Lascelles in 1922 and whether true or not, it’s a tasty brandy dessert cocktail that is based from the recipe for a gin drink called an Alexander.
After a little research, it seems this drink is super-easy to make as is seen in this quick YouTube tutorial…