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You can now get a boozy sake popsicle at Oddfellows

Christina Izzo

Sure, temperatures are cooling but even with the chill setting in, it's always popsicle season in our hearts, especially when they're of the boozed-up sort.

As part of OddFellows' globe-trotting Passport Program, the ice creamery is launching new frosty treats each month inspired by five different continents: North America, Europe, Africa, South America and Asia. The program kicks off in the latter continent with treats like a sake-spiked popsicle, a Vietnamese coffee milkshake and an OddPocket collaboration with Indian upstart Babu Ji, which features saffron cardamom kulfi, salted rose caramel and pistachios inside a warm brioche bun. 

There's also a full lineup of Asian-inspired specialty flavors from chef Sam Mason, ranging from coconut sticky rice to red bean to duck sausage—yes, duck sausage—along with toppings like soy caramel, rice pearls and fortune-cookie crunch. Get 'em sundae-style or as an ice-cream float with Indian sodas like Thums Up or Limca. 

From October through February, ice-cream lovers can collect stamps from each continent each month and receive prizes, including OddFellows T-shirts, gift cards and an all-you-can-eat ice-cream party for you and 25 friends. 

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