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Aldi Launches 11 New Spirits And Liqueurs Just In Time For The Bank Holiday Weekend

Aldi Launches 11 New Spirits And Liqueurs Just In Time For The Bank Holiday Weekend

We might all be stuck in lockdown over the bank holiday weekend, but fear not, because Aldi has your back with its launch of 11 brand-new spirits and liqueurs, including seven different types of gin. Who needs the pub?

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi
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The bargain supermarket has got something for every palate and has even launched its first non-alcoholic gin, if you want to join in with the drinking without the hangover.

Aldi announced the very welcome return of its Spirits Festival with a full range of drinks including strawberry and peppercorn gin, a pineapple rum and cloudy apple vodka.

Prices start at just £7.99 for The Barista Brothers Coffee Liqueur Espresso, if you want to make some very fancy espresso martinis at home.

There's a fairly decent selection for £9.99 - you can choose from either a bottle of Passionfruit & Orange Gin Liqueur, Lemon Sherbet Gin Liqueur, Strawberry & Marshmallow Gin Liqueur or Rhubarb & Custard Gin Liqueur. The KVÎST Rosa Non-alcoholic Spirit is also £9.99.

The Cloudy Apple Vodka will set you back £12.99 a bottle, while the Tropical Pineapple Dark Rum is £14.99.

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For £15.99 you can get your hands on a bottle of Pink Grapefruit & Orange Gin, Raspberry & Thyme Gin or Strawberry & Peppercorn Gin.

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

You can pick up the bottles now in store, alongside your essential shop, or you can order some of them online here as Aldi offers a drinks delivery service.

Yup, unlike its competitors, Aldi doesn't yet have an online shopping facility, but clearly knowing what the people want, it does have a drinks one.

It's actually offered the service since 2016, but due to lockdown has seen 'unprecedented demand', so if you going to order be aware that it might take a little bit longer to get to you.

A message on the website reads: "Things are rapidly changing within the UK at the moment and we are having to adapt to support our customers and staff.

"At times like these we strive to provide the best standards to ensure our customers can order with confidence and receive a smooth and hassle-free delivery experience.

"Due to the current exceptional demand, we have had to make some changes to our usual delivery services. We have extended our delivery time frame for all deliveries to 3-10 working days."

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Topics: Food, UK News

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]