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Aldi Is Selling an Apple and Winter Berry Gin That Will Set the Mood for Autumn

aldi spiced apple berry gin

Aldi shoppers can experience all sorts of warmth and cosiness this Christmas with the new Aldi spiced apple berry gin.

The tipple comes under Aldi’s own-label Greyson’s range, which its award-winning Seville orange and Persian lime gin is also part of.

We reckon the taste of this will be dreamy, as its contents seem to be winter berries and spices making up the fruity new drink.

If you can’t contain your excitement for Christmas and find yourself feeling impatient you might want to look into Aldi’s Candy Cane gin liqueur which launched recently.

Asda is also getting into the festive spirit with their gin infused mince pies which are guaranteed to give you a good taste of Christmas.

But don’t wait too long as Aldi’s latest concoction is limited edition and it’s only around until Christmas.

Bottles are available in stores now, although Aldi says it will be available online too later this year.

A 70 cl bottle of Aldi Spiced Apple Berry gin has a 37.5% per cent alcohol by volume content and costs £19.99 – use Aldi’s store locator tool to find your nearest store. 

Images from Aldi and Shutterstock


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