The makers of controversial breast milk ice cream have come up with a new 'bad taste' flavour - a mixture of Holy water and absinthe.
The gun-shaped Vice Lolly is made up of one part 80% alcohol absinthe and three parts Holy water from Lourdes.
The green lollipop costs a staggering £18.58 and is on sale at The Icecreamists shop in London's Covent Garden.
The price is after the year 1858 - the year when spring water from Lourdes was declared Holy by the Catholic church after a 14-year-old girl saw the Virgin Mary in a vision there.
Absinthe is so strong that it was blamed for Van Gogh cutting off his own ear. It was banned in Britain by the Victorians and did not go back on sale until 1998.
Icecreamists owner Matt O'Connor, 45, hit the headlines last year when he began selling ice cream made from breast milk and he hopes the Vice Lolly will be equally controversial.