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If you live in Columbia you know that Trops is a summer staple. Nothing says summer better than sitting poolside with one of those signature Styrofoam cups with the red straws. But walking into Trops can be a bit overwhelming for a newcomer. The walls are lined with slushee machines swishing around the day’s featured fruity drinks. It’s similar to what you’d see in a 7-11, only these slushees are for adults only.
Tropical Liqueurs has been around for the past two decades, supplying thirsty customers with their favorite frozen fix (and a buzz).They have more than 20 flavors on their menu and with names like “Between the Sheets” and “Voo Doo Brew” how can you resist trying one? My personal favorite is the raspberry lemonade.
Although, that might change because Trops just released a brand new flavor Raging Bull. As the name implies, the drink features Red Bull mixed with vodka, pomegranate purée, and Triple Sec. From what I hear, it’s delicious…and dangerous. As if these frozen fruity drinks didn’t have enough of a kick from the alcohol, Trops just upped their game by adding the famous energy drink.
If you’ve tried the new flavor Vox would love to hear your thoughts!
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