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B&M Launches Pink Pornstar Martini Gin And Peach Bellini Liqueur

Ciara Sheppard

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B&M Launches Pink Pornstar Martini Gin And Peach Bellini Liqueur

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The flavoured gin market has undoubtedly blown up this year, with brands offering up a host of weird and wonderful flavours of the typically clear spirit.

Now, B&M is turning its hand to gin with a quirky new flavour that's bound to send shoppers running for the alcohol aisle: Pink Pornstar Martini Gin Liqueur.

Our favourite discount store promises the tipple will be perfect for those who can't decide between "a classic gin and tonic highball or a tasty porn star martini," merging both in one bottle.

We'll take all three, thanks (Credit: B&M)
We'll take all three, thanks (Credit: B&M)

Priced at £17.99, the gin-based liqueur from Zymurgorium is said to taste exactly like the passion fruit-flavoured cocktail. What's more is it's pink and shimmery - need we say more?

If you're not a pornstar martini kinda gal, the retailer are also selling a Peach Bellini gin liqueur from the brand.

Similarly, it's made up of Zymurgorium gin-based liqueur and infused with a delicious peach flavour (also £17.99), tasting like a double for the famous Italian cocktail.

Each 50cl bottle of liqeur contains 20 per cent alcohol and are sold exclusively by B&M, so get down to your nearest store to pick some up.

Credit: Flickr
Credit: Flickr
Peach bellini, anyone? (Credit: Unsplash)
Peach bellini, anyone? (Credit: Unsplash)

B&M isn't the first supermarket to wheel its own versions of the flavoured spirit this year.

In May, Aldi launched its glittery Palma Violet flavoured gin for the bargain price of £9.99. Prior to that Tesco began selling gorgeous glittery rhubarb gin for £6 a bottle, and ASDA began selling the tipple in Spanish Lemons and Spanish Watermelon flavours. Yum.

Four Pillars Gin went one further in August with its Bloody Shiraz Gin, mixing gin with Shiraz wine.

The Australian distillery says that 2019 was a "terrific season for Victorian cool climate Shiraz" and "a good spring rain, summer brought serious heat resulting in more dominant dark fruit notes than 2018 - tons of delicious plum and blackberry."


Taste-wise, we were told: "Straight up you've got those pine forest notes, white pepper and spices, and the gin is beautifully balanced with a delicious sweetness and nice tannins to finish."

There's one thing for sure: flavoured gin is in.

Topics: B&M, Food And Drink, Gin, Tasty

Ciara Sheppard
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