A month or two ago, we shared the news about Aldi releasing a Unicorn marshmallow-flavoured gin. But now, we’ve got even better news, the discount retailer will soon be selling a gin that literally changes colour. How Cool!

The ‘magical’ spirit is a Scottish craft gin infused with hand-selected botanicals. It is made using the petals of the Butterfly Pea Flower which causes the gin to change colour when the acidity of the drink changes.

Add A Dash Of Pink Or Blue

To make the gin change from blue to pink or back again, all you need to do is add tonic water or a squeeze of lemon to change the pH of the alcohol.

McQueen Forest Fruits Colour Changing Gin is available as part of the liquor special buys on Wednesday 30 October in selected NSW, ACT, VIC and WA stores and costs $49.99.

There are a number of additional alcoholic beverages on offer as part of the same sale – including Rose Champagne for $29.99 or Pimms No. 1 for $34.99.

This gin is going to make an awesome cocktail party trick at Christmas.

Other Bargains

While you’re at Aldi, you can also pick up some toy bargains on the same day. There’s a Mr or Mrs Potato Head for $14.99, boardgames, books and plush toys, all for discounted prices.

Or you can grab a massive 65″ TV for a mere $799.

Are you keen on the colour changing gin? Tell us in the comments below.

  • This is super cool

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  • Looks like a cool present for my gin loving friends. Might have to head to Aldi this afternoon

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  • What makes it change colour??

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  • Looks very interesting and inviting but I am not a gin drinker.

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  • I wish I was a gin drinker because this is just awesome! Such a fun idea

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  • That’s pretty cool, not a gin drinker though

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  • That’s so cool! I’m not a gin drinker but would be tempted to buy it just to try it out haha

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  • I know who i';m gifting this to. yayyy

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  • Interesting. I do like the idea of it. I used to drink original clear gin but have noticed the popularity in gin of late. I’ve also noticed a pink version. The blue and pink gin look great. I haven’t tasted either though.

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  • I’ve recently been introduced to gin and I am now a fan – would love to try this one – perfect for the summer months coming!

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  • A great Christmas gift!

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  • If only there was an Aldi in Tas :(

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  • Interesting and very cool, yes.

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  • I mean sounds fun but I won’t buy in to the fad today

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  • Great for Christmas.


    • Yes I think it makes a lovely gift to gin lovers !

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