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Gin lovers, it’s time to head to Aldi – the supermarket will be selling eight types of gin ahead of Christmas, and there’s something for everyone.
Aldi gin

We’re already fans of their award-winning wines and some of their other cheap booze options, and now it looks like we’ll be adding an incredible gin selection to the list of reasons why we’re fans of Aldi.The retailer have announced that they will be selling eight different types of gin ahead of the festive season, giving you plenty of choice to satisfy your gin-related needs – including a our personal favourite, a pink gin…

Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin (£9.97, 70cl)

This award-winning Aldi gin, which received the gold medal at the 2017 International Wine & Spirits Competition and beat competitors that cost six times more, is the cheapest of Aldi’s gin offering. It’s described as being ‘light, with a touch of juniper’ with a ‘clear, crisp and complex flavour’.

Available now

Oliver Cromwell 1599 Sloe Gin – £9.99 (50cl)

With an aromatic plum and cherry flavour and a hint of almond, this sloe gin is so delicious it can be enjoyed as dessert. Perfect for cold winter nights!

Available in stores from 1st October

Topaz Blue Premium Gin – £13.99 (70cl)

Another award-winning Aldi gin, which got a silver medal at the 2017 International Wine & Spirits Competition, it’s described as being an ‘elegant’ drink with a ‘balanced mix of wild botanicals and fruits with a touch of citrus and juniper’.

To keep it festive, Aldi suggest you serve it frozen berries – yum!

Available in stores from 1st October

Needle Blackforest Gin – £14.99 (50cl)

With hints of ginger and sun-dried lemons and oranges, this ‘unique’ and ‘distinctive’ is distilled from a mix of 11 botanicals, including lavender, and is best enjoyed on the rocks.

Available in stores from 14th November

La Fleuriste French Gin – £19.99 (70cl

Part of the higher end of Aldi’s gin offering, this floral gin is described as being a ‘complex and elegant’ drink, with citrus and juniper finish.

Available in stores from 14th November

Gin Lane 1751 Old Tom Gin – £19.99 (70cl)

Lighter and less intense than London Dry Gin, Old Tom Gin is said to have a ‘silky, smooth and a deliciously sweet profile’, with this star anise botanicals and a dash of refined sugar.

Available in stores from 14th November (not available in Scotland)

Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin – £19.99 (70cl)

Potentially one of the most exciting products coming to Aldi (hello millennial pink!), we can’t think of a better looking drink to toast with this Christmas.

Mixing eight botanicals – juniper, coriander, angelica, orris root, Sicilian lemon, Seville orange, cassia bark and star anise – this beautiful pink gin will make a great gift for any gin lovers (yourself included, of course)…

Available in stores from 14th November

Boyle’s Premium Irish Small Batch Craft Gin – £19.99 (70cl)

A new addition to their offering in the UK, this Aldi gin with hints of orange and juniper has been a success in Ireland, where it won 2016 ‘Overall Best Gin’ at the Irish Whiskey Awards. Definitely worth a try then!

Available in stores from 14th November

Will you be buying any of Aldi’s gins this Christmas? Let us know in the comments!

FROM our sister site, Good To Know