What You'll Get
In today's world, lemons are no longer mined to become punching bags or replacement baseballs; they are instead extracted for their yellow gold juices. Today's Groupon celebrates the lemon with $10 worth of Del's classic, soft-frozen lemonade in Venice for $4. You can leave your plums where they belong, in a trashcan outside a baseball stadium, and focus your fruit attention on the lemon.
From the frozen lemon groves of Naples, where lemons blossom without the aid of scarf or parka, come the crisply cutting origins of frozen lemonade. The beverage took the thirsty lungs of Rhode Island by lemon-storm, and the message has seeped across the nation's straws all the way to the west coast. Del's hydrates in eight different styles with the flavors of lemon, lemon-lite, watermelon, cherry, peach-mango, blueberry, pomegranate, and grapefruit pouring out of the patented slaking hose. The frozen treat has a delicious, snow-like consistency that's created without the aid of dairy or gluten. You can sip or spoon out of containers that come in small ($2), medium ($2.50), large ($3.25), jumbo ($4.25), quarts ($5.50), half gallons ($11), and of the gallon variety ($22).
The lemons that keep piling up in your car are all sending a signal that you should drink more lemons. Del's is the perfect place to up your lemon quota or share the lemonjoy with a youth soccer team that is composed of primarily baby horses.
- Del’s Lemonade offers a new dessert option for the healthy minded individuals in Los Angeles. Del’s soft frozen lemonade is an all natural, fat free, low sugar and low calorie dessert made from fruit, sugar and filtered water that is than [sic] frozen to create a delicious dessert beverage. – Los Angeles Times
Six Yelpers give 3.5 stars:
- This icy lemon candy is best enjoyed with a straw, as all the sweet lemon syrup pools at the bottom. – Ryan M., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 11, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. In-store purchases only. Voucher given for leftover balance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.