Aldi is selling a caramel gin liqueur and it tastes just like a Biscoff cupcake

Why wait for dessert when you can have your sweet and your after dinner tipple all in one go?

Aldi have announced the launch of its own gin liqueur for the warmer times ahead and it's good news for biscuit fans across the UK, as the gin is tastily similar to that of legendary caramelised biscuits, Biscoff.

The new Salted Caramel Cupcake flavour retails for £8.99 and will join Strawberry and Vanilla and Lemon Drizzle Cake gin liqueurs that are already a part of the retailers Infusionist collection from April 22.

The new addition comes at a great time, with the rule of six in play and outdoor gatherings also back on the cards. It's also landed just in time for the bank holiday, so it's one to add to the shopping list in time for your next BBQ.

With rich and creamy smooth notes of delicious caramel, it has been described as tasting like a "boozy Biscoff cupcake" and exactly like 'drinking' the iconic biscuit. You can chomp on the biscuits and delight in the spreads – so it was only right you can now drink it too.

The newest flavour is available online and in Aldi stores from April 22. To find your nearest Aldi branch we've popped this store locator here for convenience.

And that isn't the only exciting launch from the budget retailer, as earlier this month they also announced the release of its stunning Glitter Globe Gin, which is £4 less expensive than Marks and Spencer's Cherry Blossom Gin – although both have a summer appropriate vibe.

Looking for other boozy options to add to your BBQ essentials? Craft beer experts BrewDog have launched a range of beer bundles which are perfect for sharing. You can also get free beers from the brand when you sign up to any of the monthly or quarterly subscriptions.

And for cider fans who prefer something lighter to drink in the warmer months of the year can tuck into another new launch from Rekorderlig. The brand new Pink Lemon cider is set to be the go-to refreshing tipple for summer.

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