VK Launches Limited Edition Candy Cane Flavour For Christmas And OMG
Ahead of the festive season, the alco-pop brand has got into the spirit by releasing the new hot pink addition to their colourful multi-packs for a limited time only.
The 4 per cent abv beverage is flavoured with "sweet strawberry and hints of peppermint," and can be found in ten packs of the popular drink.
You get two 27.5cl Candy Cane flavoured bottles in the ten pack, with the whole thing costing £12 to purchase.
There will also be all the classic flavours, including VK Blue, VK Watermelon and VK Orange & Passionfruit.
It is launching as part of the brand's #WEAREMERRY festive campaign, and will be available at Tesco, Asda, B & M, Costcutter and Spar.
This is just one of many festive Candy Cane tipples launching to welcome in the season.
Aldi unveiled its first ever Candy Cane Gin Liqueur recently in a mouthwatering sweet peppermint and vanilla flavour.
The perfect addition to any festive bash, Aldi suggest having the spirit "neat over the rocks" to enjoy the Christmas-inspired flavour to the fullest.
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But if you prefer it with something then grab your preferred tonic for the best Christmas combo and relax as you sip.
A possible alternative to the traditional brandy left out for Santa, the supermarket's newest Instagram-worthy spirit is expected to be a hit with shoppers, having been handcrafted using one of the most iconic Christmas flavours.
The cheerful new addition, which costs £9.99, will sit alongside a range of new winter inspired spirits and wines - designed to spread festive cheer, without breaking the bank.
If Candy Cane flavoured drinks aren't for you, Aldi have also given their Irish cream liqueurs a festive makeover with two new scrumptious flavours.
The supermarket's take on Baileys costs just a fraction of the price and is sure to get you in the Christmas mood with Ballycastle's new alcoholic offerings; caramel and hazelnut as well as gingerbread.
A 70cl bottle of Aldi's cream liqueur costs only £9.99, which is £2.01 less than what a bottle of Baileys costs across UK supermarkets.
We'll take them all, please.
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