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Now that we've all agreed Christmas can start early, it's time to crack open the festive bevvies - and Aldi has come through once again.
The budget supermarket has launched a new 12 percent ABV white chocolate liqueur to its festive range and it looks like pure Baileys-style indulgence.
Ballycastle White Chocolate Flavoured Cream is already on sale in shops and it's only £6.99 for 70cl of the stuff.
An Aldi spokesperson said: "This latest addition to the supermarket's Christmas spirit offering provides the taste sensation of everyone's favourite Milkybar, making it the perfect ingredient to spruce up that cosy hot cocoa we've all been craving."
You can add it to anything - just over ice, in hot chocolates and coffees, on your cornflakes before you jump on your early morning Zoom. The possibilities are endless (PS - drink responsibly).
Earlier this month, Aldi started getting us geared up for the festive season, releasing the official Kevin the Carrot Christmas ad.
Many praised the supermarket for its 'optimism' about the festive period during what's been a difficult year.
Sharing the full-length ad on social media, Aldi wrote: "Kevin's out in the cold. Will he get home in time for Christmas?"
It follows a 40-second teaser that dropped at the weekend, which showed Kevin flying in a plane with a turkey when he accidentally gets ejected from the aircraft and has to parachute to safety, while the plane goes up into a fireball.
In the new clip, we see a blaze of orange as one of Kevin's kids looks out of the window at the night sky, believing they've seen a 'shooting star'.
His other child says poignantly: "It's not Christmas until my Daddy gets home."
In kicks well-known music from Home Alone, with the narrator telling us: "Kevin the Carrot was a long way from home. Would he spend Christmas all cold and alone?"
Our orange-coloured hero then sets out on an adventure to get back to his loved ones, enlisting the help of a friendly hedgehog who thinks it's spring to battle through the elements (the Pirates of the Caribbean music plays here for full dramatic effect).
After dodging deathly icicles in a cold river, the two stumble upon Santa, who says kindly: "Let's get you home. I've got an idea."
He pops Kevin and his hedgehog pal in the basket on the front of his bike and cycles through the sky - this time a nod to ET - and manages to get them back to Katie and co.
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