Aldi Has Launched A Delicious New Range Of Botanical Gins
Just when our spirits had started to wane a little amidst the coronavirus uncertainty right now, Aldi goes and drops three brand new gins.
Finally some exciting alcohol we can drink instead of wash our hands with (we're looking at you ethanol-based hand sanitiser).
The store's brand new line of own-label gins, Haysmiths, dropped just days ago and you can snap up the three delicious-sounding flavours right now.
First up is Seville Orange & Persian Lime, which is described as having an initial citrus burst of fresh lime on the palette, followed by juniper, cinnamon and sweet orange, with lingering notes of sharp citrus.
The second new launch is Peach & Orange Blossom, which has a balanced flavour profile of fresh, fruity peach and soft, floral orange blossom with a sweet lingering finish.
Lastly, is Mango & Passionfruit which is tropical with a rich mango flavour and balanced with fresh passionfruit, with hints of floral and citrus.
The bottles are available in store as well as online here and they will set you back just £15.99 for a 70cl bottle - bargain! We'll take one of each please.
Let's be honest, if we're staying inside ALL weekend, we're going to need a gin or two for sanity, right? The perfect accompaniment to a box set binge.
But it's not the only exciting launch at Aldi. The store has also recently revealed its premium Easter Egg range too.
The egg selection that landed on 15th March is seriously impressive and includes a giant Moser Roth Ostrich egg made from white chocolate with caramel flavouring - it sounds delicious and looks seriously impressive thanks to its sheer size.
Another option is a huge milk chocolate egg shell hand decorated with 3D butterflies and inside the hollow sits yet another egg - this time a gold one made from Belgian blonde chocolate.
The store's last gigantic number is the Moser Roth Giant Dragon Egg - a milk chocolate offering that's been hand designed with a decorative metallic finish.
They all look dreamy. Gin and chocolate? What else do you need whilst isolating?
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