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Aldi's £6.99 Pumpkin Spice Liqueur Is Autumn In A Bottle

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Aldi's £6.99 Pumpkin Spice Liqueur Is Autumn In A Bottle

Forget pumpkin spice lattes this autumn, as it is all about Aldi's new pumpkin spice liqueur now that the nights are drawing in.

Pumpkin spice anything is currently in high demand, so bottles of this tipple will be flying off the supermarket's shelves when they land on 4th October.

And the £6.99 price tag is enough to cause a riot in the booze aisles, so we suggest stocking up on the creamy liqueur while you can get your pumpkin spice-loving hands on it.

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Credit: Aldi
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"Aldi's beautifully rich and creamy liqueur has been infused with classic Pumpkin Spice flavours, and is balanced by hints of cinnamon and nutmeg," reads the product description.

"A wonderful sipper for the colder months, enjoy this liqueur on its own over ice, or alternatively, add it to the iconic Pumpkin Spice Latte for an extra kick."

Aldi also has lots of other hidden gems in its alcohol aisles, including another couple of delicious creamy liqueurs.

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Credit: Aldi
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There are bottles of rich chocolate Irish cream liqueur for £8.99, which shoppers have been describing as 'chocolate heaven'.

The booze boasts real Belgian chocolate, and Aldi says that the specially selected creamy liqueur has a rich, sweet chocolate nose and superbly smooth finish.

Aldi's also selling classic Irish cream made with real dairy with a slightly cheaper £6.99 price tag.

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Starbucks marked the end of summer with the return of its beloved pumpkin spice latte earlier this month, bringing with it a completely vegan version too.

The delicious drink combines coffee, pumpkin pie flavoured sauce and steamed milk, all topped with whipped cream and pumpkin pie spices - cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.

Credit: Instagram/Starbucks
Credit: Instagram/Starbucks

Vegans can now enjoy one too but will need to ask for no cream and a dairy-free milk.

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Since its launch in 2003 (when it was originally called the fall harvest latte), Starbucks has sold more than 200 million cups of PSL and our obsession is showing no signs of dying down soon.

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Topics: Aldi, Tasty Drink, Food And Drink, Starbucks

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