Marks and Spencer is selling sparkly festive gin snow globes for Christmas

Marks and Spencer is selling sparkly festive gin snow globes for Christmas

09/28/2020

Christmas might still be a few months away but Marks and Spencer is getting us ready for the festive season.

Customers have been hailing the sparkly bottles after one shopper shared the purchase on Facebook.

Sharing a clip of the bottle of gin, the buyer said: "M&S rhubarb gin light up snow globe £18 had another flavour also I've forgotten."

Luckily the shopper remembered and later added: "Clementine flavour I've just been reminded."

Marks and Spencer describes the tipple as "this season's must-sip gin".

It said on the website: "Last year's favourite tipple, our extra-special sparkly gin liqueur is back – and even better!"

The gin is available in two flavours; clementine and brand-new rhubarb.

There is also a 23-carat edible gold leaf for the "show-stopping sparkly effect" which is comes in a light-up bottle.

Marks and Spencer advises: "Serve on the rocks with tonic or with our Conte Priuli ORO Prosecco."

Both the flavours are available in stores now and will become available online very soon.

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Since the shopper shared it on Facebook, fans rushed to comment on the post.

One said: "I bought one yesterday to put in my gin bar it's lovely."

Another added: "I bought two of the clementine bottles this week for Christmas presents, they are lovely."

And a third commented: "I don't even care what it tastes like, I just want it because of the way it looks."

In other supermarket news, Tesco is selling £15 gin sets for £3 and they make great Christmas presents.

Bargain hunters have been able to snag three 5cl bottles of Whitley Neill spirits for £2.80.

The offer, which is only available in selected stores, lets you sample rhubarb & ginger, raspberry and parma violet flavours.

And if you do spot the bundle, we'd recommend snapping it up fast as it could sell out.

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