The Vice Lolly - available from The Icecreamists shop in Covent Garden, London - contains water from a French spring at the Grotto of Massabielle, believed to be holy by millions of Catholics, as well as the incredibly strong alcoholic drink that contains up to 74% ABV.
The lolly is bright-green and gun-shaped in appearance and has been labelled to have a 'bad taste'. It contains 80% absinthe and three-parts holy water from the French spring.
The Icecreamists owner Matt O'Connor has been known for his radical ice cream ventures. Last year, he controversially released ice creams made using human breast milk and he hopes the Vice Lolly will have similar effects.
The inspiration for the lolly came from traditional children's ice lollies, as well as O'Connor's own Catholic upbringing. He wanted to make a statement about religion.
The product that is displayed in a gun cabinet freezer costs £18.58 and is made using very detailed freezing techniques. Sugar is added to the absinthe and holy water in order to get the taste just right. Then, the mixture is super-frozen and put into the gun-shaped molds.
O'Connor says: "It tastes alcoholic with a touch of sweetness. After about three of these the average drinker would certainly be feeling the effects."
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