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Lee's Cream Liqueur Celebrates One Year Anniversary With Free Booze-Infused Ice Cream

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Free booze-infused ice cream treats? You had us at free. Wait, you had us at booze. Wait, you had us at free and booze.

Lee's Cream Liqueur, the Old Town Scottsdale made-from-scratch, alcohol-infused ice cream parlor, is celebrating its one year anniversary by offering guests free ice cream from 4 to 7 p.m. this Friday, July 29, and from 3 to 5 p.m., this Saturday, July 30.

Courtesy of adult ice cream maven, Lee Turner, anniversary guests can savor such flavors such as The Godfather -- made with Jameson's Irish Whiskey; Silk Stocking - made with Jose Cuervo Gold tequila, and the Dutch Chocolate Swirl - made with Jack Daniels. Each of Turner's ice cream flavors contains 5% alcohol, so take it easy there, Swiggy.

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