Prosecco flavoured Dib Dabs are now a thing and we’re stocking up

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    Valentine’s Day is upon us, and with it we’ve got the fancy M&S meal deal, Krispy Kreme Valentine’s Day doughnuts and an extra special Ben & Jerry’s Valentine’s flavour. And the best part is that all of these things can be enjoyed by the couples and the singletons alike.

    But what do you do if you are loved-up and want to buy something special for your SO without going down the flowers and cuddly toys route? We have a suggestion.

    One of your favourite childhood sweets has been given a grown-up twist – and we’re all for it.

    Remember the good, old fashioned Dib Dab? The sachet of sherbet which can be eaten with a lollipop was a winner in the playground. While we’re still partial to one (they’re literally 30p worth of joy), there’s actually a more adult version on the market now. Enter Prosecco sherbert, complete with a dipping lolly.

    Confectionary masters Smith and Sinclair have created this utter dream, and the most interesting part is that it’s legitimately boozy.

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    The Double Dipper comes with not one but two lollipops, making it the perfect sharing sweet, and includes raspberry-flavoured sherbet. It also comes with a peach bellini gel that contains 10% alcohol, and Smith and Sinclair suggest using a drop of the gel before dipping the lolly in the sherbert for the ultimate fizzy experience.

    They announced on Instagram: ‘Back by popular demand! Our Dipper has undergone a major facelift and is now THE DOUBLE DIPPER, made for sharing.

    ‘You dip, they dip. You both suck. Two Prosecco lollipops, Raspberry Sherbet and Peach Bellini Gel (that’s actually 10% alcohol.) Let the double dippin’ commence.’

    As it contains alcohol, you must be over 18 to purchase a packet of the fizzy treat, which comes in at £9 a pouch.

    If you want to get hold of a packet, you can buy them online – at Smith and Sinclair, Not On The High Street, Amazon and Yumbles – or in John Lewis and Harvey Nichols stores.

    We’re sold.

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