The end of the second annual Aiko Pops poptoberfest has come. Arapahoe Basin is open, the trees have lost most of their leaves and the weather has started to cool off. But that is not stopping all the amazing Aiko fans that keep coming up to our cart and trying all our great new fall flavors.
Colorado has all but given up on frozen treats as the weather gets cooler. Within fall flavors like Pumpkin Pie, the ice pop lives. Wonderful retail locations like Cake Crumbs are newly stocking our popsicles so as the Denver area farmer’s markets shut down, Aiko Pops will still be available to you! Check out more great retail locations here.
The fall is also producing flavors from around the country and we are incorporating them into our popsicle recipes. The Satsuma is an orange-like fruit grown in Louisiana that is ripe only during mid to late October. We overnight shipped some of these fruits to make a batch of the freshest and most delicious popsicles! Hopefully you got to try one. If not, look out for them next year around this time.
Last weekend we were fortunate enough to be invited to the Highland Haunt. So many costumed pop stars were out and about having their face painted, going on Hayrides and marching in a costume contest parade. Check out some of the costumes below in our photo gallery.
Have a fun and safe Halloween from all of us at Aiko Pops!
We had so much fun with the Channel 7 news crew!
If you missed it- here’s your chance to see it again!