Asda has just launched the perfect drink in time for Valentine’s Day… the new Cherry Blossom & Lychee Gin Liqueur – and it looks absolutely divine!
With less than a month to go until Valentine’s Day (February 14), Asda has launched the perfect tipple for the occasion.
Available in stores and online, the Cherry Blossom & Lychee Gin Liqueur is now on Asda shelves, promising flavours of Japan with its natural offerings of cherry blossom and lychee, along with floral and fruity notes.
Only in stores for a limited amount of time, the gin is sure to be swept off the shelves as it at the bargain price of just £10! So if you want to take a sip of this sparkly liqueur, you’re going to need to act fast!
It has even been advised by Asda to get the most out of the drink, that you pair it with prosecco to create an extra tantalising and romantic cocktail that shimmers and sparkles.
Asda’s Product Developer, Marion Muir, said: “Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to remind loved ones just how much you care, adding special finishing touches, like a deliciously romantic gin liqueur, to your evening can make it extra special.
“At Asda, customers love our innovative flavour combinations and we’re passionate about giving our customers more of what they want. We create delicious products that deliver on quality and price so that our customers don’t have to compromise – especially on special occasions like Valentine’s Day!”
Not only does this pink sparkling gin make a great drink for couples to sip and enjoy, but it’s also great to drink with friends – celebrating the freedom of single life!
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