An ice cream shop has gone viral for selling a sorbet version of YouTubers KSI and Logan Paul's sell-out drink Prime. The hydration drink has been near-impossible to get hold of in the UK after it was released late last year.
The drink comes in various flavours from Ice Pop to Tropical Punch, and has been flying off the shelves of Asda, Aldi and Costco. Some corner shops have been selling bottles for hundreds of pounds.
Now those who are struggling to get their hands on the drink itself can enjoy a hand-crafted, sorbet version.
Candied Icecream in Falkirk, Scotland, are selling Ice Pop flavour as well as a Tropical Punch flavour, at the same price as every other ice cream they sell. It's limited to one scoop per customer, which will cost you £3.
Despite saying Prime is like "gold dust", the dessert store is hoping to release more flavours in the coming weeks following its success, but that is "subject to stock".
Prime fans have been going wild on social media after seeing videos of the sought-after ice cream being made. One person commented: "So creative!! My son wants to come over ASAP!".
Another said: "Wow my boys are gonna go crazy for this! I'm [definitely] not queuing for it."
A third added: "I like the colour choice!"
Prime hydration has been incredibly hard to get hold of in the UK, with bottles selling out within minutes across Asda stores in the UK.
Some outlets have had to impose a limit to two or three £2 bottles per customer.
Flavours of PRIME include Meta Moon, Ice Pop, Blue Raspberry, Orange, Tropical Punch, Lemon Lime and Grape.
On its website, it says: "Prime Hydration was developed to fill the void where great taste meets function. With bold, thirst-quenching flavours to help you refresh, replenish, and refuel, Prime is the perfect boost for any endeavour.
"We're confident you’ll love it as much as we do."
The 25-calorie beverage was created by YouTubers and former boxing rivals KSI and Logan Paul. Their marketing campaign has proved so successful it led to the creation of Prime Energy, which is due to be released in the UK later in the year.
While Prime Hydration doesn't have any added caffeine, the energy drink version has a huge amount.
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