Well in advance of the holiday season, the Los Angeles, California-based marketer of alcohol-spiked BuzzBar all‐natural gourmet ice cream and sorbet bars has launched two new adult-only BuzzPacks: 12‐bar cases promoted as stand‐out gifts with kick to enjoy during festive gatherings.
The first assortment on offer is Simon’s Party variety pack, featuring two of each of the following frozen confectionery cocktails: The Buzz Café (Coffee Ice Cream and Irish Cream liqueur); Blitzed Berry (Strawberry Ice Cream and Rum); Bourbon St. Chocolate (Chocolate Ice Cream and Whiskey); The Drunken Cookie (Cookies ‘n Cream Ice Cream and Bourbon), Vanilla Daze (Vanilla Ice Cream and Cognac) and Citrus Berry Drop (Raspberry Lemon Drop Sorbet and Lemon Vodka).
Then there’s the Sorbet Soiree, featuring a dozen dairy‐free vegan low calorie sorbet bars: six Larry King Heart Bars (Berry Sorbet and Merlot Wine) and six Citrus Berry Drop treats. Sales of Heart Bars benefit The Larry King Cardiac Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises awareness about heart health and facilitates life-saving treatment for individuals who would otherwise be unable to receive proper care.
Additionally, cases of 12 single-flavor bars of any choice are available for dispatch upon request.
BuzzPacks are priced at $100, which includes gift-wrapping, overnight shipping, specialty frozen food handling and tax. Deliveries can be made between December 15 and 24, or sooner if desired. For more information, log on to www.buzzbaricecream.com.
Meanwhile, BuzzBar distribution in the USA is on a roll as the product line is available from coast to coast. Among venues, bars and retail outlets that stock the stuff are the Las Vegas’ Motor Speedway and Luxor, Excalibur and Monte Carlo hotels, Los Angeles’ Wally’s Wine & Spirits, Texas’ Spec’s and Circuit of The Americas, South Carolina’s Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa and Tiki Hut Beach Bar, Massachusetts’ Showcase Cinema de Lux theatres, and New York City’s Lavender Lake in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Fare Grocery in Manhattan, the Monarch Rooftop Lounge and Ambrose Hall at the South Street Seaport.