Aldi's Launching Two Gins For The Queen's Platinum Jubilee

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Photo credit: Aldi - Getty Images
Photo credit: Aldi - Getty Images

There's only one way we're celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this coming June, and that's with a toast to Her Majesty herself, with nothing other than her *favourite* tipple – gin. And luckily for us, a certain budget supermarket is launching not one, but two gins, especially for the bank holiday weekend.

Yep! Aldi's set to launch two gins in the next few weeks, both featuring signature British flavourings, and red, white and blue bottles.

The first of the gins, is Aldi's Infusionist Strawberry & Mint Gin Liqueur. Complete with notes of fresh strawberry and silver flakes for an added touch of sparkle, this would make one insanely-tasty gin and tonic.

Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi

As for the second, say hello to Aldi's Infusionist Eton Mess Gin Liqueur. That's right, eton mess my friends. Promising "mouth-watering flavours of fresh strawberries with sweet crumbly meringue," we have a feeling this one's going to be a sell-out...

Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi

You can get your hands on Aldi's Strawberry & Mint Gin Liqueur (£13.99) in-stores from the 16 May, and Aldi's Eton Mess Gin Liqueur (£8.99) from the 26 May.

Attending a local street party for celebrations this June? Then it's only right you bring a little token of gratitude... in other words, get a hold of Morrisons' Corgi Cake.

Inspired by Her Majesty's beloved pet pooches, Morrisons has only gone and launched a corgi-shaped cake in celebration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. And tbh, we couldn't be more obsessed!

This chocolate-covered swiss roll comes decorated with red, blue and white sprinkles and even features sweet edible face and boots with a Union Jack crown. Adorbs, or what?

Photo credit: Morrisons
Photo credit: Morrisons
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