There's no excuse not to be prepared for Christmas this year. You've probably invested in one of these beauty advent calendars, got your Christmas Colin the Caterpillar ready and have your bath time chill planned out with the Lush Christmas collection.
But have you picked out your festive tipple? Are you a big fan of a mulled cider in a cosy pub? Or do you prefer a nice and warming glass of red while watching Harry Potter in your fluffiest pyjamas? How about counting down the days with the Aldi wine advent calendar?
However, if you're a gin fan and are looking for something tasty and sparkly, there's something you'll want to pick up on your Christmas food shop. The next time you pop into Home Bargains, make sure you add this shimmery gin to your basket.
The snow fairy gin liqueur created by Manchester Drinks is created with small batch gin traditionally distilled and cut with 'fairy water'. Cute.
It includes flavours like cinnamon, spice and orange and costs just £8 for a 50cl bottle.
It goes on sale on 4th November, so make sure you stick the date in your diary and remember to pop in and pick up your very own.
Or it could make a very thoughtful stocking filler for anybody who likes to drink something sparkly during festive season.
The gin will be on sale for a limited time only, so you're going to have to be quick.
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