The Icecreamists are no strangers to controversy - remember their breast milk ice cream? - and something tell us their latest product could be no different. Meet the 'Holy Water' ice lolly.
Dubbed Vice Lolly, the treat mixes holy water with mind-bending 80 per cent absinthe … oh yeah, it's also in the shape of a gun and is being held by a nun in the adverts.
The gun-shaped green popsicle, dubbed the consists of one part alcohol and three parts water from a spring in Lourdes, France, which many Catholics believe has healing powers.
Costing £18.58 the Vice Lolly is available from the Icecreamists shop in Covent Garden.
An ice lolly has gone on sale that is made from holy water and absinthe.
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.