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You Can Now Buy Alcoholic Ice Cream in Stores: Tipsy Scoop Is on the Shelves

You Can Now Buy Alcoholic Ice Cream in Stores: Tipsy Scoop Is on the Shelves

Tipsy Scoop, known for their ice cream mixed with vodka, whiskey, tequila, and more, will now be available in specialty stores

Get your drink on and satiate your ice cream fix at the same time!

This is the best news we’ve heard in a while: alcoholic ice cream is now in stores. Tipsy Scoop ice cream flavors are made with vodka, tequila, whiskey, and more, and you actually have to be 21 to purchase them. Previously, you had to go Tipsy Scoop’s brick and mortar catering location on Park Avenue and 114th Street in New York City. But now, several specialty stores around New York sell Tipsy Scoop, including Malt & Mold in Gramercy, Dépanneur, Urban Market of Williamsburg, and Hops & Hocks; the ice cream will also soon be available at Foragers in Chelsea.

“I thought some of the liquor-infused creations caterers came up with were so innovative and unique,” founder Melissa Tavss said in a statement. “I have always loved ice cream and the ice cream tradition actually runs in my family! I started experimenting with adding different liquors and spirits to my ice cream recipes from there.”

Each carton ice cream of is 5 percent alcohol by volume, so you probably won’t get too drunk (unless you eat the whole thing). Flavors change seasonally, but right now you can indulge in dark chocolate whiskey and salted caramel, cake batter vodka martini, and spiked hazelnut coffee. Summer selections include tequila Mexican “hot” chocolate and vanilla bean bourbon. Nowhere near New York? Try making your own boozy ice cream or ice pops with these recipes.


This Vodka-Infused Ice Cream Is The Boozy Dessert We've Been Waiting For

When you think of something that can instantly improve any meal it accompanies, it’s a tie between ice cream and booze. But now, there’s an even better option: You can have both at once, thanks to Arctic Buzz’s vodka-infused ice cream, Delish reports.

Arctic Buzz actually teamed up with a distillery to make a new vodka flavor for every ice cream flavor it accompanies. There’s cookies and cream vodka, key lime pie vodka, raspberry vodka, vanilla vodka, coconut vodka, and chocolate vodka, each blended with hand-churned creamy sweetness. The ice creams contain 8.6 percent - 8.9 percent alcohol, so you can actually get drunk off these.

The liquor stores where the Baltimore-based company’s selling these are all contained within Maryland, unfortunately. But those of us outside the state who want to enjoy boozy ice cream still have other options.

Haagen-Dazs sells a line of alcoholic ice cream at Walmart that comes in even more delicious flavors: Rum Vanilla Caramel Blondie, Whiskey Chocolate Truffle, Irish Cream Coffee & Biscotti, Vodka Key Lime Pie, and Rum Ginger Cookie. The downside is that they contain less than 1% alcohol, so the booze is really more for the taste.

If you want something a little more hardcore, Tipsy Scoop makes ice cream with the alcohol content of a light beer in flavors like Chocolate Stout and Pretzel, Spiked Hazelnut Coffee, and Mango Margarita Sorbet. In addition to its pints, the company also sells boozy ice cream cake and ice cream sandwiches, which can you can order online to be delivered anywhere in NYC. You can also pick it up in some 7-Elevens, Whole Foods, and other stores around the country.

And if hard liquor isn’t your thing, you may be interested in Smitten Ice Cream’s Sonoma Rosé ice cream, which can be ordered through Goldbely. Booze-infused ice cream is quickly catching on, so hopefully, it’ll soon be available to all of us.


You Can Now Send Your Friends Boozy Ice Cream Sandwiches

In times like these, we all need some small wins to get through the day, and boozy ice cream sandwiches are most definitely one of them.

The dessert we didn't know we needed is available at New York City ice cream parlor Tipsy Scoop in two flavor combinations: chocolate chip cookies with Frangelico Affogato ice cream and rainbow sprinkle cookies with cake batter vodka martini ice cream.

Besides having a great name, the store is kind enough to ship their treats anywhere in the nation through a website called Goldbelly. They're not cheap &ndash the sandwiches are packed in dry ice in order to stay frozen, which hikes up the shipping cost, but you're pretty much guaranteed to score some major friend/sister/daughter brownie points if you ship a package of 'em out. Also, each sandwich contains 5 percent alcohol, which is about the same as a beer.

If you're outside of New York, a 12-pack of these alcohol-infused treats will cost you $119 with shipping (more if you're in Hawaii or Alaska). Steep, for sure, but uh, treat yo'self?

For those who live in or near Manhattan, you can order the boozy sandwiches online and pick them up in Tipsy Scoop's Kips Bay storefront to cut down on costs &ndash a 12-pack retails for $60 without shipping.

If you just want a pint, Tipsy Scoop has plenty of other boozy ice cream flavors, including an especially delish-looking seasonal four-pack. It comes with fall flavors like Salted Caramel Apple Brandy, Spiked Spiced Pumpkin Pie, Candy Corn Vodka Martini, and Tequila Mexican Hot Chocolate.

You can find Tipsy Scoop pints at grocery stores in New York, Hawaii, Maine, Illinois, Florida, and Massachusetts.

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Drinking With Tipsy Scoop’s Melissa Tavss

Favorite ice cream scoop shop in NYC?

Emack and Bolio’s is delicious. Their Cosmic Crunch ice cream with toffee, caramel, and cookies, is the best.

Go-to drink order?

In the summer, I love an Aperol Spritz. I also love a Dark and Stormy or Moscow Mule – anything with ginger.

Best beverage to pair with ice cream?

I really like doing ice cream or sorbet as a float, especially when the ice cream is a little boozy too! I love a chocolate stout with a scoop of Vanilla Bean Bourbon ice cream, or the Raspberry Limoncello topped with Prosecco.

Worst beverage to pair with ice cream?

Hmm. No margaritas or anything super sweet like that. The sweetness will come from the ice cream or sorbet. I would do a scoop of the Mango Margarita sorbet and pair that with a Tequila Spritzer – just tequila, lime juice and club soda.

First time getting drunk?

Probably around 14 on New Year’s Eve with my cousins and sister. Lots of champagne and whatever was in my parents’ liquor cabinet. We filled their empty bottles with water after. We tried to open champagne bottles with wine corks, the whole bottle exploded in my sister’s hands. She almost lost her eyes! Thank god for glasses! We were wild.

Coffee or tea?

Coffee. Large iced coffee. I usually go to The Bean. Also love their dirty chai: chai tea with a shot of espresso.

What’s your hangover remedy?

All you can drink brunch – anywhere with a good Bloody Mary.

Do you have a guilty “drink” pleasure?

I love a frozen margarita.

Have you ever gotten drunk off of eating Tipsy Scoop? How many pints does/would it take?

I am telling you it really depends on your ice cream tolerance. If you can sit on the couch and eat a whole pint of ice cream – you will probably start to feel a bit Tipsy. A side glass of wine or two helps!

Best eats when you are drinking or – dare we say – drunk?

Pizza. Like, a lot of pizza! Or late night diner food!

Who are your favorite people to drink with?

Definitely my family. Thanksgiving is the most fun ever because we just order cases and cases of wine and laugh and eat and drink all day.

Favorite NYC gems that might not be on everyone’s radar?

My husband and I are definitely day drinkers. Fun brunch at Miss Lily’s or Rosie’s in the East Village and then over to Lion’s Beer store for a flight of beer. Also love Pig and Khao for brunch with unlimited PBRs or lychee bellinis, and the gin cocktails at The Winslow for afternoon drinks.

What are you most proud of in your career thus far?

I still have a lot of work to do! But getting into some big store chains was really cool and challenging. I remember when we first got into Whole Foods our product was taken off the shelves immediately because they didn’t know what to do with an ice cream that actually contained alcohol. I was so upset because I felt like we had done all this work to get in and then it was just not working out! We ended up working with them to come up with a solution that worked and served as a model with our other retailers. They ended up scanning it like a beer or wine, we added government warning labels, and additional freezer decal call outs so that it was clear that this ice cream was for 21 and overs only!

Do you have mentors or someone you look up to in the industry?

I really admire all the people who started with me at Hot Bread Kitchen – a kitchen incubator space for small food and drink businesses. Melanie Moss at Mini Melanie, Abby Lavin at Jam Jar Bakery, Liz Bresler at Gotham Cookies, and now Laurie Pauker at Laurie and Sons toffee.

Also, I really look up to the people who are part of the Tipsy Scoop team: Lyz Nardo is the best! She is my partner is the business and couldn’t do any of it without her hard work, dedication and creativity. And Stefany Cesari of Same Paige Communications.


DIY Boozy Ice Cream Sandwich Making Kit - 12 Pack

Adult Signature Required
All Tipsy Scoop flavors contain up to 5% alcohol by volume and can only be consumed by those 21+. Adult signature is required upon delivery packages will not be left at the door. Deliveries will be made between 8am-8pm local time. Click Here for More Information!

Tipsy Scoop is shipping its boozy ice creams nationwide on Goldbelly! Tipsy Scoop’s Boozy Ice Cream sandwiches add some adult fun to a childhood favorite. Each pack contains 2 pints of Cake Batter Vodka Martini ice cream with 12 Funfetti cookies, and 2 pints of Spiked Hazelnut Coffee Ice Cream with 12 chocolate chip cookies, plus a Tipsy Scoop branded ice cream scoop! Tipsy Scoop is New York City’s (and perhaps even the world’s) first boozy ice cream spot. Inspired by classic and contemporary cocktails, Tipsy Scoop’s intoxicating ice creams are not merely flavored with liquor, but, in fact, contain up to 5% alcohol by volume—helping you to get a buzz with your brain freeze.

At Tipsy Scoop, Melissa Tavss is making some of the best boozy ice cream you’ll find anywhere, by mixing artisanal, handmade ice cream with premium mixed cocktails, stouts, and wines. Her creations are inspired by classic and contemporary cocktails, are made with local and seasonal ingredients, and contain up to five percent alcohol by volume.

Photo Credit: Haley D Williams

  • Each package makes up to 12 Ice Cream Sandwiches
  • 2 pints of Cake Batter Vodka Martini ice cream with 12 funfetti cookies
  • 2 pints of Spiked Hazelnut Coffee Ice Cream with 12 chocolate chip cookies
  • 1 Tipsy Scoop branded ice cream scoop
  • All flavors contain up to 5% alcohol by volume and can only be consumed by those 21 and over.

PLEASE NOTE THAT AN ADULT SIGNATURE IS REQUIRED UPON DELIVERY . Package will not be left at the door.

All flavors contain up to 5% alcohol by volume and can only be consumed by those 21 and over.

Ice cream is carefully packed in an insulated shipping box with enough dry ice to keep the contents perfectly frozen. Don’t worry, it’s colder inside the box than it is in your freezer. Upon receipt, please place pints in your freezer to store.

If you’re looking to make sandwiches right away but the ice cream arrives rock hard, simply place pints on a counter or table top and let them rest for 10 minutes or until you can just slightly squeeze them. Once ice cream is scoop-able, scoop a generous portion between two cookies. Prepared sandwiches can also be stored in the freezer to enjoy later.

  • Tipsy Scoop Ice cream ships Monday-Friday of each week.
  • All flavors contain up to 5% alcohol by volume and can only be consumed by those 21 and over.
  • Orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes
  • Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii will incur an additional $35 charge for Overnight Shipping. Sorry guys!
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You can send this item to up to 15 different addresses using our regular checkout. Looking to send this item to more than 15 people? Have our Corporate Gifting Team assist you.


Does Alcoholic Ice Cream Need Liquor Liability Insurance?

Although every state has it’s different laws around the sale and consumption of alcohol, alcoholic ice cream seems to be a growing trend and specifically in New York where Tipsy Scoop , Ice Cream Cellars , and Mercer’s Wine Ice Cream , some of the largest alcoholic ice cream brands on the market are based.

We’ve also seen products like Frosé Prosecco Wine Popsicles in the UK and Australia, and Gin & Tonic Ice Lollies available at Aldi, one the largest retailers in the UK with as much alcohol as a pint.

As a liquor liability insurance company based in Massachusetts, we pose the questions such as, “Should these businesses have a liquor liability insurance policy? What is the risk involved with serving a liquor-infused ice cream for the business owner? How much alcohol is actually in the ice cream? What effect does alcoholic ice cream have on the consumer?”

As temperatures heat up here in New England, we’ll start to see ice cream sales increase. And, as various studies suggest , when ice cream sales rise, the crime rate also will rise. Coupling that statistic with alcoholic ice cream , is that a potential disaster now that boozy ice cream is on the market?

Although alcoholic ice cream was regulated in 2008 in the state of New York , the concept is still fairly new to the market in Massachusetts.

In September of 2016, officials from the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) stepped in to set regulations for ice cream parlors and restaurants looking to serve this tipsy treat where a written classification from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) must be produced in order to make and/or sell alcohol-infused ice cream.

However, as reported by the Boston Globe , one exception to this requirement states that “Restaurants that have liquor licenses will not be subject to the new regulations.”

In the state of Massachusetts, liquor liability insurance is required by law. Chapter 116 of the Acts of 2010 states that businesses have the minimum limits of $250,000 per person, $500,000 per occurrence and $500,000 aggregate.

Well as you may agree, businesses can be liable for pretty much anything these days.

To date, we haven’t seen many claims against alcoholic ice cream out there as of now. However, some of the claims we’ve come across already include this post on InjuryClaimCoach.com claiming her child was served alcoholic ice cream. We’ve also seen claims against a Brazilian brewer over an ad for beer-flavored ice cream that some claim could encourage children and adolescents to drink as reported by Fox News . But as this is concept is so new, who is to say more claims won’t come up down the road?

What do you think? Should businesses serving or producing alcoholic ice cream have liquor liability insurance ?


Häagen-Dazs Releases New Booze-Infused Ice Cream Flavours

Häagen-Dazs debuts their line of booze-infused ice cream flavours with six different ones to choose from. The “Häagen-Dazs Spirits” is slowly rolling out to stores across the US, and the company stated that they should be “widely available” by April.

The new line is booze-flavoured, but they will not get you drunk no matter how much you eat. Each tub’s alcohol content is 0.5%, so you probably won’t feel much even if you eat a whole pint to yourself. The ice cream line is more for those who enjoy the flavour of some alcoholic beverages and not for those who want a one-stop-shop for sweets and tipsiness. If you were planning to get drunk and eat ice cream, you still have to go buy yourself a bottle to drink.

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The six flavours are based on pastries or sweets that already use some alcohol in their recipes, and Häagen-Dazs just turned them into ice cream form. The available flavours are Irish Cream Brownie, Rum Tres Leches, Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle, Stout Chocolate Pretzel Crunch, Bourbon Praline Pecan, and non-dairy Amaretto Black Cherry Almond Toffee. Each 14-ounce tub will retail for $5.29, and Haagen-Dazs shops will also have the flavours on their menus starting March 1 st . In-store, you can get these flavours in a cup, cone, Sunday, or premium milkshake.

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Häagen-Dazs has made boozy ice cream available for more people, but the idea of a cocktail-infused ice cream is not new. New York’s Tipsy Scoop sells artisanal ice cream flavoured by well-loved cocktails. Some classic flavours include Maple Bacon Bourbon, Raspberry Limocello Sorbet, Cake Batter Vodka Martini, and Tequila Mexican “Hot” Chocolate—just to name a few. They also make seasonal flavours like Strawberry Chocolate Kiss Martini for Valentine’s Day. They deliver their products, so you can get a tipsy pint, ice cream cakes, or ice cream sandwiches to your home anywhere in the country.

The booze-infused ice cream is perfect for many occasions. Whether it’s a celebration, mending a broken heart, or just a Netflix-watching snack, these new flavours will hit the spot. Even though you can’t get drunk on this ice cream, it’s still best to pace yourself and look after your health.


Our Favorite Ice Cream Parlors That Ship Nationwide

Summer may be over but it’s never a bad time for ice cream even if you don’t regularly reach for a pint once the temperature drops, you’ll at least need a scoop or two for your autumn apple desserts and pumpkin pies. And sure, you could grab a generic carton from the grocery store or dash to the corner store to satisfy that craving, but sometimes you simply need something a little more special.

Enter some of the best ice cream shops currently shipping pints of ice cream around the country. And we’re not just talking about a mere container of vanilla. These beloved parlors are here to serve you more than just the staples, slinging flavors like Earl Grey tea and tequila chocolate mole directly to your door. Here are some of our favorites who are guaranteeing your summer will still be filled with plenty of ice cream. Whichever one you choose, be sure to protect it from freezer burn.

Morgenstern’s

New York City’s innovative parlor, helmed by ice cream wizard Nicholas Morgenstern, is known for an array of funky and eclectic flavors, from favorites like burnt sage and black licorice to a whole section that’s a study in bananas, boasting flavors like charred banana and banana curry. The menu includes 88 flavors (all available to ship!), and while you’re at it, you can also add ice cream cakes and sandwiches to your cart. Buy Now

Graeter’s

This 5th generation family-run ice cream business in Cincinnati,Ohio has been in operation since 1870, so they certainly know a thing or two about the warm weather staple. Flavors here are an ode to that classic nostalgia (think butter pecan and peanut butter chocolate chip), and if you’re getting a shipment, you can create your own pack or choose from an already curated gift selection. If you’re ordering directly from their site, make it a party and throw in a few jars of the housemade raspberry and butterscotch sauces. Buy Now

Frankie & Jo’s

A Seattle, Washington institution, Frankie & Jo’s specializes in plant-based ice cream—meaning all of the ice cream is 100 percent vegan. Expect flavors like salty caramel ash, mint brownie, and chocolate date, all of which can be shipped across the country if you don’t have to live near a Seattle scoop shop. Buy Now

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

Fan favorite Jeni’s was born in Columbus, Ohio, but the brand now boasts locations in over 10 states. Jeni’s has long dabbled in nationwide shipping, and these times are no different. Orders require a minimum of four pints (that shouldn’t be too hard to maneuver), with flavors running the gamut from gooey butter cake to coffee with cream and sugar, not to mention seasonal flavors like pumpkin cake roll. Know an ice cream fanatic? Sign them up for Jeni’s pint club, a subscription that delivers four pints of Jeni’s, four times a year. Buy Now

McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream

McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream

This 3rd generation family business (that’s been around for 70 years!) has a number of scoop shops in Southern California, but if you’re not in the area, you can also order the beloved, creamy flavors online. Pick pints like eureka lemon and marionberries, sea salt cream and cookies, and peppermint stick, and if you really can’t stop throwing pints in your cart, consider opting for a 3-, 6-, or 12-month membership. Buy Now

Van Leeuwen

Van Leeuwen has mastered classic American flavors, eschewing extraneous add-ins for the simple pleasure of an unadorned creamy scoop. The Brooklyn-based company also flaunts a host of vegan flavors, often crafted out of a cashew or oat milk base. Expect flavors like cookies and cream, Earl Grey tea, and Sicilian pistachio, squeezed into single colorblocked pints. Buy Now

Ample Hills

The Brooklyn-born Ample Hills is known for over-the-top ice cream and sorbet, often studded with housemade cookies and candies. Order directly through the website, where you’ll be prompted to choose four or six flavors, like Summer of Love (sweet cream ice cream stuffed with tie-dye cupcakes) and Nonna D’s Oatmeal Lace (dark brown sugar and cinnamon ice cream swirled with oatmeal lace cookies). Buy Now

Salt & Straw

Salt & Straw’s ice cream is crafted in Oregon—built from local and sustainable ingredients—and has become something of a staple on the West Coast. For now, the rest of the country will have to rely on weekly shipments, where fun and innovative flavors reign, like honey lavender and strawberry honey balsamic with black pepper. Create your own selection, or nab one of the pre-curated packs. Buy Now

Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery

St. Louis, Missouri’s Clementine’s Creamery operates in both the naughty and nice spheres: The naughty flavors are infused with alcohol, while the nice ones eschew booze for your traditional ice cream ingredients. You’ll find a host of alcohol-spiked flavors, like chocolate infused with cabernet, as well as flavors that are odes to classic cocktails (think a Manhattan, but in ice cream form, fueled by sweet vermouth, tart cherry juice, and vanilla). Nice flavors run the gamut from Italian butter cookie to salted crack caramel. Buy Now

Tipsy Scoop

As the name suggests, Tipsy Scoop is all about the alcohol, which is infused into every inventive flavor—think dark chocolate whiskey salted caramel and cake batter vodka martini. You can order directly from the shop, or through Goldbelly. Pick your own pints or go for curated collections like the Get Lit Birthday Party Pack. Buy Now

Lick Honest Ice Creams

Seasonal and artisanal ice cream is the move at Lick Honest Ice Creams, an Austin, Texas institution. The hip flavors can be delivered nationwide, thanks to Goldbelly, where you can choose from scoops like dark chocolate, olive oil, and sea salt, and roasted beets and fresh mint. Looking for something other than scoops? Opt for the ice cream sandwiches, bound by a handmade chocolate cake cookie. Buy Now

ECreamery

This Omaha, Nebraska ice cream vendor—a fan favorite on “Shark Tank”—crafts a slew of best selling flavors, like mint cookie crunch, sea salt caramel brownie, and s’mores, but the company also allows customers to design their own flavor from a slew of bases and mix-ins. Just select your base (gelato, sorbet, or ice cream) and flavor, then toss in up to three mix-ins, which includes everything from fruits and nuts to candy and bakery items. Buy Now


Häagen-Dazs Launches Six Booze-Infused Ice Cream Flavors

We tried them all, including Irish Cream Brownie, Rum Tres Leches, and Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle.

Consider your movie night in officially upgraded: H๊gen-Dazs just debuted a new line of ice cream called “H๊gen-Dazs Spirits,” and it’s exactly what it sounds like. Booze. Infused. Ice. Cream. The new flavors experiment with combinations ranging from Bourbon and pecan praline to rum and tres leches, and they’ll be hitting the shelves of your local supermarket soon. I was lucky enough to get a first try𠅊nd they were even more indulgent than I expected.

There are six alcohol-infused ice cream flavors to choose from: Irish Cream Brownie (which tastes like Bailey’s in the best way), Rum Tres Leches, Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle, Stout Chocolate Pretzel Crunch, Bourbon Praline Pecan, and non-dairy Amaretto Black Cherry Almond Toffee. If you’re looking for a quick snack—or just feeling some childhood nostalgia—H๊gen-Dazs Spirits also includes Irish Cream Cookie Squares, which combine chocolate cookies and Irish Cream-infused ice cream, all covered in a swath of dark chocolate. Yes, please.

And let’s address the elephant in the room—this ice cream won’t get you tipsy. The alcohol content is 0.5 percent by volume, so unless you eat an entire freezer’s worth of cartons, you probably won’t feel much. The low alcohol content also means you won’t need an ID to purchase it—so feel free to buy all the Bourbon-infused ice cream your heart desires without having to reveal your real age to the cashier.

If you want to try boozy H๊gen-Dazs yourself, you won’t have to wait long. The collection is already rolling out in grocery stores nationwide now, according to a statement, and should be “widely available” by April. Each 14-ounce carton (and the package of three squares) will cost $5.29. Those who live near H๊gen-Dazs shops can also expect to find select Spirits ice cream flavors on the menu starting March 1. You can opt for a cup, cone, sundae, or “premium milkshake.” A Rum Tres Leches shake? I’ll take five.


Häagen-Dazs’ Newest Ice Cream Flavors Are Rosé And Cream And Whiskey Hazelnut Latte

These grown-up ice creams sound decadent and delicious!

While I admit I am partial to an ice-cold margarita on a hot day, I’ll also never turn down a boozy milkshake or wine float. There’s something about ice cream that turns an adult beverage into a serious treat perfect for a bright and sunny summer day.

Thanks to Häagen-Dazs, however, you’ll only have to wait until April to enjoy some brand new alcoholic frozen treats because the brand is officially adding two more flavors to their Spirits Collection: Rosé & Cream and Whiskey Hazelnut Latte!

First up, the new Rosé & Cream flavor is made with wine-infused sweet cream ice cream, folded together with a tart rosé-flavored swirl. Pair it with a glass of your favorite rosé (or maybe a bottle) and you’re in for the perfect night.

If you’re not a wine fan, the new Whiskey Hazelnut Latte flavor is whiskey-infused coffee ice cream blended with ribbons of hazelnut fudge and chocolate espresso flakes.

These two new flavors join the existing Spirits Collection, which includes Irish Cream Brownie, Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle, Rum Tres Leches, Bourbon Praline Pecan, Amaretto Black Cherry Almond Toffee and Stout Chocolate Pretzel Crunch. You can get these previously-released flavors in stores now in 14 oz. cartons for $5.49 each.

You’ll also find the Irish Cream flavor available in a different form: Irish Cream Cookie Squares, a chocolate cookie topped with the Irish Cream-flavored ice cream and coated in dark chocolate.

According to a Häagen-Dazs representative, the full collection is 0.5 percent alcohol by volume, so you won’t be getting tipsy off a few scoops and can buy it without an ID. Keep in mind that even though it doesn’t have a ton of alcohol, it’s still ice cream and has a lot of sugar, so it’s probably best not to eat a ton in one sitting.

Of course, you could also combine all of these flavors with even more alcohol, like a scoop of Rosé & Cream right in your wine glass or perhaps some Whiskey Hazelnut Latte in an iced coffee for an extra pick-me-up!