Lovers of liquor can now eat themselves merry, as two manufacturers bring alcoholic ice cream to the retail sector. The Cream Breeze brand from Purbeck Ice Cream ­ in Rum and Blackcurrant and Gin and Orange variants ­ has already made its debut on the shelves of selected Somerfield stores. Meanwhile, Bedford company Dreams, which has been producing vodka-based ice creams for clubs, pubs and leisure outlets for more than a year, is now making the range available to independent grocery outlets. In the on trade, the five Dreams flavours ­ Irish, Original, Pineapple, Mint and Cranberry ­ carry risqué cocktail-style names such as Steamy Dreams, but will go under the company's eponymous branding for retail. Retailers must have a licence to sell the products though, as they are 4% proof. "Four of the 120ml Dreams pots or one of the 500ml size would put anyone over the limit." said md David Buck. The Dreams products have an rsp of £2 for 120ml and £3.99 for 500ml, while Cream Breeze is £1.10 for 125ml and £3.09 for 500m. {{P&P }}