A pink gin that tastes like marshmallows and candy floss. Yes, please! Aldi has announced that it will be launching this fantasy alcoholic beverage in its stores this week.

This pink-hued liqueur, which shimmers and glimmers when shaken, just yells out summer and is perfect for those who like their drinks on the sweeter side.

The gin is produced by The Infusionist Small Batch, carries a 20 per cent Alcohol By Volume (ABV) content and costs $18. (In comparison, Gordon’s Pink Gin goes for around $45 a bottle).

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Aldi is also expected to expand their alcohol offering to include a Tutti Frutti gin liqueur, Passionfruit, Apricot and Coconut Gin, Strawberry and Cream Liqueur and Spiced Rhubarb Rum Liqueur.

Speaking about the new launch, Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, said:
“This innovative new addition to our gin range reflects our commitment to ensuring our customers enjoy the best quality products, without breaking the bank.”

This mystical drink is first being launched in the UK store and we can only hope that Australia will follow soon.

How excited are you about the launch of this new drink? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • If only alcohol was allowed to be sold in supermarket stores in QLd. Would love to give this a try

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  • I wonder who supplies Aldi with this product. They wouldn’t be making it themselves – that same as groceries and other supermarkets sell with their own labelling on them

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  • wow this would be nice to try – fingers crossed they get it here in Australia!

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  • Wow. I want to test this one.

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  • Great marketing by Aldi to get non-drinkers into having some alcohol now and again. Tis the way to get new customers I believe, though not really that ethical.

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  • These flavours sound amazing….perfect on a warm summer night, that’s if they’re in Aus by then ????‍♀️


    • I’m sure you can get craft gins also in Australia, maybe not from Aldi but there are plenty of other shops.

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  • I tried Gin when I was younger and it was one of the worst alcoholic beverages I ever tried. I no longer drink but if I did, this would be interesting to try.

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  • I’d like to give this a try.

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  • Sounds wonderful. I’d love to try it.

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  • It would make a beautiful gift to gin lovers.

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  • Always in another country, that won’t be the price in aust if we ever do see it

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  • I would be very intrigued to try this! Sounds interesting

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  • Sounds great, might need to hide the label from my unicorn loving mini me

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  • Not a big drink but this sounds interesting

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  • I don’t drink gin… but this sounds like something I could make an exception for. Yum!

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