Baileys Has Released A Salted Caramel Flavour And We're Drooling
As it gets colder, there's very little better than a glass of Baileys as you're wrapped up in your winter warmers.
But now the Irish liqueur company have managed to top themselves, producing a salted caramel version of their original creamy drink.
The festive tipple promises to have a "deliciously decadent flavour," and judging how delicious the normal version is, we don't doubt it.
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It's available in wholesaler shop Costco right now for members, otherwise you can get your hands on the drink in-store or online from Asda as of October 10th.
A 70cl bottle contains 17 per cent alcohol by volume, and has a recommended retail price of £16.
From November 1st the drink will also be stocked in Morrisons and Sainsbury's - meaning you'll have ample chance to get a hold of it.
Thew new super-sweet tipple sits alongside Baileys' other delights: Original, Almande, Chocolate Luxe, Coffee and Orange Truffle.
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It also joins the limited edition Strawberries and Cream flavour, which Sainsbury's shoppers can still bag following the summery drink's launch in June.
We'll have em all, please.
Talking of wintry bevs, Tesco is now stocking a Spiced Fruit Gin Liqueur which buyers swear tastes exactly like minced pies.
It's available to buy in 600 Tesco stores and online for £14 for a 50cl bottle and the Tesco website suggests it should be served with tonic or lemonade for a delicious long drink.
If you are all over the sound of this Christmas tipple, you might like other festive gins too.
Gin Tales is serving up a 50cl Christmas Pudding Gin on Not On The High Street for £39, which is described as "a beautiful gin infusion with oozy boozy raisins, cherries, nutmeg and lip-smacking lemon."
Edinburgh Gin also has a festive option, aptly named Christmas Gin which notes that it is "made with two classic Christmassy botanicals - frankincense and myrrh". It is £34.95 for a 70cl bottle.
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