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It unveiled its Christmas food range earlier this year, leaving us all salivating, so we already knew the gin of dreams was back on the menu for 2019.
The sparkling snow globe gin didn’t just catch our attention, it caught everybody else’s too. It promptly sold out and we’ve been eagerly waiting for the moment it was re-stocked.
Gin lovers, that moment is now.
The Clementine Gin Liqueur Snow Globe has actual gold flakes floating inside it (à la Goldschläger). If you fancy upping your gift giving credentials, it’s only £15.
You’ll have to race us and the rest of the UK though, because it’s likely to sell our quickly. That’s if its brief foray on the Marks & Spencer shelves in September is anything to go by.
If you miss the boat, Marks & Spencer isn’t the only brand dabbling in the fancy Christmas drinks category.
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Morrisons has launched a special Christmas edition chocolate wine, costing £9.50.
The velvety sweet wine has been described by Morrisons as “Christmas in a cup” and it’s available until 31 December.
Even Captain Morgan is getting in on the act with the launch of its gingerbread rum.
It’s not available to buy by the bottle, though. You’ll find it if you head to Greene King pubs over the festive period; most likely making up the ingredients of our festive rum cocktails.
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The launches of new festive tipples don’t end there, either. The ghost of clubbing’s past, VK, has launched a sweet VK Candy Cane to entice you.
Similar to its other festive counterparts, it’s available for a limited time only. After all, nobody wants to drink candy cane VK in June.