BOOZY BLOG

Boozy desserts and other recipes that inspire our day-to-day cake ball-filled lives in New York City.

Boozy Ball Highlight: Mint Julep Twisted Truffles

National Mint Julep Day is tomorrow! And what are we doing to celebrate? Well thanks for asking! We’re giving a shout out to an oldie but a goodie- one of our seasonal flavors last summer, Boozy Mint Julep! A vanilla and mint cake infused with Kentucky Bourbon and simple syrup, covered in mint green chocolate and topped with crushed mint. The perfect refreshing boozy treat! Speaking of seasonal flavors, get your hands on our seasonal flavor for Spring- Gin Gimlet, Rolos and Whiskey, and Boozy Thin Mint! There are only a few more weeks until we unveil our summer flavor so get these before they’re gone!

5 Boozy, Fruity Desserts for Quarantine Cooking

We're all doing what we can right now to stay safe, healthy and (relatively) sane. What's helping us get through life these days? All. Things. Daiquiri. Frozen, sweet, and literally invented on a beach (seriously, look it up!), the daiquiri is quite literally the quintessential summertime drink and our current daily 5pm staple. So it only makes sense that we would search every corner of the internet for desserts that incorporate this tropical treat. This way, we can at least pretend we're sitting on a beach somewhere with a boozy dessert and a hurricane glass with a cute paper umbrella. And until we can make that fantasy a reality, stay safe everyone (and stay home!) Boozy Frozen Strawberry

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All of our flavors can be consumed by those 21 and over only and are up to 5% Alcohol By Weight. This product contains alcohol used as flavoring and, as with any product that contains alcohol, i) women should not consume alcohol during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects, and ii) consumption of alcohol impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.