Looking to impress this Mother’s Day (27th March)? Aldi Scotland is helping shoppers impress all the marvellous mums and wonderful women in their lives with the perfect selection of Afternoon Tea goodies.
Available now across all Aldi Scotland stores, those looking to spoil their lovely lady this Mother’s Day, can pick from a fantastic range of locally sourced, quality Scottish sandwich fillers, cakes, biscuits and gins for a fraction of the price.
Rustle up some sumptuous sandwiches fit for a queen with a variety of fillings this Mothering Sunday. Pair Specially Selected Oak or Whisky Smoked Salmon with lashings of cream cheese or serve by itself with a selection of Specially Selected Oatcake Bites (£1.09, 175g), for a decadent Mother’s Day platter option.
If she prefers the classics, indulge her with some Heather Honey Ham (£1.79, 130g) finger sandwiches before tempting her with some top-notch sweet treats.
Follow savoury with sweet, with some Scottish Scones, with options aplenty as shoppers can choose between plain or sultana scones for just 69p per pack of four, not to mention some fantastic toppings including Specially Selected Scottish Strawberry or Raspberry Preserve (£1.19, 340g) or McCallums locally sourced Scottish Extra Thick Double Cream (£1.09, 300ml). For those with a sweeter tooth, why not pick up the deliciously indulgent Salted Caramel Millionaire Shortbread or the super satisfying Triple Chocolate Tiffin (£1.79, 4 pack).
For shoppers looking to shake things up a bit this Mother’s Day, Aldi Scotland’s Premium Gin Cocktails are on shelves now for just £1.49 each (0.25l) in a mixture of flavours, from Tropical Martini to a Citrus Gin Fizz. Or remind your mum why you are her favourite by treating her to Aldi’s Scottish Toradh Premium Pink Gin or Rhubarb & Ginger Gin (£14.99, 70cl) the perfect tipple to celebrate the day with.
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