Forget about a glass of prosecco, refreshing mojito or a ice cold G&T, it's all about booze filled treats you can eat at the moment.

We've already seen spirit filled fluffy marshmallows and festive gin infused mince pies, but this seriously tasty, alcohol invention may have topped them all.


Holly's Lollies have concocted all the spirit filled sweeties you could ever wish for, and they all sound delicious.

The confectionery brand has put a tipsy twist on classic treats, creating prosecco and strawberry daquiri lollies, G&T and mojito humbugs. Yum. Prices start at around £4.50.

Credit: Holly's Lollies

The sweeties are all in pretty packaging, some of which aptly read 'I love you more than prosecco' and 'you are the bubbles to my prosecco'. Cute!

'Lashings of booze' are thrown into the mix, which follow a traditional Victorian recipe.

Credit: Holly's Lollies

Speaking exclusively to PRETTY52, the brand revealed: "We make our sweets and lollipops to a Victorian recipe adapted for lashings of booze. We still use traditional methods and hand boil and shaped the sweets.

"You wouldn't be able to get tipsy, but it's a myth that all the alcohol boils off."

A myth, ay? Well, that sounds pretty promising!

Credit: Holly's Lollies

"Our best seller are our raspberry prosecco humbugs and our gin and elderflower lollipops," adds Holly's Lollies.

Mouth-watering additions have just been added to the line including sloe gin and rhubarb and gin custard humbugs (yummy). The brand also promises plenty more tasty AF flavours in the new year too.

If you're feeling a little festive, there's plenty of other options for your to get your sticky little hands on. The brand has just revealed a range of mulled wine and Irish cream sweets too.

There is also an alcoholic lollipop advent calendar on offer too, if you're not a fan of the traditional chocolate ones.

Anyone else seriously hungry RN?!

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications. She is a Journalism and English language graduate of Kingston University, London, and joined the team in 2017. Contact her -

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