Fizz Cup: For a Root Beer Float Volcano

Summertime is just a couple of weeks away, and if you concentrate you can almost taste the root beer floats. The Fizz Cup is a simple invention that gives you a strange way to enjoy that quintessential summer pastime, billing itself as the first reusable ice cream float cup.

It screws onto any soda bottle, and a straw connects the bottom of the cup to its dome-shaped lid. When you squeeze the bottle, the root beer (or the soda of your choice) fizzes up through the straw and mixes with the ice cream in the 8-ounce twist-on cup on top. It's a volcano of fizzy, root beer float goodness. Or, you can keep the ice cream separate from the drink, giving you a choice of just drinking soda, just eating ice cream, or mixing them together. They're six for $15.98.

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