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Wednesday 13th November 2019

Aldi unveils its booze-filled Christmas food including gin mince pie tarts and bourbon gammon

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Aldi has unveiled its booze-filled food in time for Christmas this year.

The alcohol-infused range features gin mince pie tarts, bourbon gammon and Prosecco panettone.

The supermarket is selling two types of gammon joints, which one has been flavoured with maple and bourbon while the second has been infused with cranberry and orange gin.

One gammon joint has been flavoured with maple and bourbon while the second has been infused with cranberry and orange gin (Credit: Aldi)

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The first costs £8.99 and the second is retailing at £9.99.

The joints will be available to buy in stores from December 12.

Meanwhile, the supermarket is selling mine pie tarts with a hint of gin.

A pack of six costs £2.49, however, Aldi hasn't yet confirmed when they will be on the shelves.

The mince pies have been flavoured with gin (Credit: Aldi)

Next up is Aldi's Wensleydale cheese made with cranberry and sloe gin.

There isn't yet a price tag or date when they will be in stores, however, it's likely going to be closer to the festive period.

The supermarket also made sure to fulfill dessert lovers' needs as it's selling a Prosecco panettone.

The bread loaf will cost £6.49 and will be available to buy in stores from November 14.

The other deliciousness included in the range are cheese truckles for £1.99, cheddar cheese with caramelised onion and rioja and Chutney jars sloe in gin & plum for £2.99.

Aldi is bringing back its sell-out wine advent calendar (Credit: Aldi)

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We recently revealed that Aldi is bringing back its sell-out wine advent calendar.

Behind each of the calendar's 24 doors, there's a mini bottle of vino to enjoy and there will be red wines, white wines and even bottles of fizz.

It's due to launch in store and online this Sunday – November 3 – and it'll cost £49.99.

Last year they flew of the shelves, with shoppers being limited to one calendar per person.

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