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M&S’ Snow Globe Gin Is Simply Enchanting This Christmas

M&S snow globe gin
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The countdown to Christmas is well underway and you’ll feel even more festive after hearing all about the M&S Snow Globe Gin.

This latest tipple is a clementine gin liqueur, complete with zesty festive flavour and finished off with magical edible gold leaf pieces.

M&S may be better known for the Christmas food selection but this gin looks exactly like they’ve managed to bottle the spirit of Christmas.

Simply turn or shake the bottle and watch the shimmering magic happen, creating a snow globe effect. This drink will undoubtedly make for an amazing gift or as a show-stopper centre piece.

It looks so good that you may not want to drink it! Although, with those shimmering gold flakes floating around we imagine curiosity may get the better of you.

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M&S recommend serving the clementine gin liqueur topped up with a splash of Prosecco in a champagne flute – perfect for the party season ahead.

M&S product developer Jenny Rea says, “Whether served over ice or mixed with Prosecco or tonic water, this is a delicious tipple with seasonal sparkle.”

Find it exclusively in the M&S Foodhall, but hurry – as word spreads, it might not be around for long.

M&S Clementine Gin Liqueur Snow Globe costs £15 and is in M&S stores now, while stocks last.