Anyone will a sweet tooth will have to pop into their nearby Aldi soon. The supermarket has released a new salted caramel vodka liqueur - and it costs just £9.99! The tipple has certainly proved popular with shoppers, with many taking to Twitter to discuss the new addition to Aldi's shelves. One person tweeted: "So apparently Aldi are selling bottles of salted caramel vodka and I absolutely need ten bottles," while another added: "That salted caramel vodka from Aldi is [great] I highly recommend."
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The vodka is just £9.99
Others were quick to share their suggestions on how best to serve the sweet liqueur, with one writing: "Aldi do a salted caramel vodka liquor for a tenner a litre that tastes like an ice cream soda when u mix it with lemonade." The vodka is just one of several new treats for the Christmas season from Aldi; it was recently announced that the shop will be selling three litre bottles of prosecco, which contains around 24 glasses of the bubbly, at just £39.99.
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Aldi's three-litre prosecco is available in store now
Earlier this year, Aldi's bottle of gin, which costs less than £10, was named one of the best in the world. The Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin won a gold medal at the International Wine and Spirits Competition in the London Dry category, and was described as "light and crisp with a touch of spice and juniper". Aldi also won Supermarket Own Brand Spirits Range of the Year at the International Spirits Challenge in July. Tony Baines, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi, said: "Receiving medals for our spirits is a fantastic achievement and it is great to see our spirits range being praised so highly by experts. Being awarded a title such as 'Supermarket Own Brand Spirits Range of the Year' is something that not only reflects the quality of our products but also the hard work that our UK based buying team put into drinks retailing every single day."