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SUGAR, SPICE AND EVERYTHING NICE

ALDI LAUNCHES SPICED BISCUIT GIN LIQUEUR THAT TASTES EXACTLY LIKE SPECULOOS

Let the festivities begin as Aldi’s charmingly nostalgic Infusionist range returns with two brand new flavours, including The Infusionist Spiced Biscuit Gin Liqueur (50cl, £8.99), which offers an alcohol twist on ‘flavour of the moment’ speculoos.

With Google searches of the popular Belgium treat up 70% compared to this time last year[1], this tempting tipple is sure to be a hit with shoppers. Enriched with distinctive notes of cinnamon, ginger, caramel and vanilla, it’s the perfect winter warmer – delicious served neat, or even better in a festive spiced White Russian. Plus, at just £8.99 for 50cl, it is sure to be a festive slam dunk.

Also new to the range is The Infusionist Salted Maple Fudge Gin Liqueur (50cl, £8.99). Boasting rich flavours of salted fudge followed by indulgent notes of sweet maple, this syrupy liqueur is enticingly moreish. The naughty but nice after dinner drink can be enjoyed neat with ice or used to pimp up a cosy hot chocolate – a Christmas miracle that is sure to sweeten up guests this holiday season. 

With both liqueurs priced at just £8.99, Aldi’s latest tasty tipples will be sure to uplift spirits as shoppers and elves alike shake their gingle bells!

All Infusionist Gin Liqueurs are priced at £8.99 and are available online, and in store now.

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[1] Google Trends – 18.11.21

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