'Blenders' Saucing Up Ice Cream operators may soon be placing freezer cases in their liquor aisles to market a new alcohol-based ice cream. According to a report that aired on WCBS-AM radio early this month, Darryl Orris, a businessman here, has developed Blenders -- an ice cream with an alcohol level of between 2% and 5%, or about the level of a glass of beer. Alcohol normally melts ice cream, but according to the report, Orris and a team of scientists have developed a new way to ...

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