M&S has launched two new gin flavours, in the form of Passion Fruit & Vanilla and Blackberry & Elderflower.
Like the store’s best-selling Glitter Gin Globe in the Cherry Blossom flavour, the new releases look absolutely delicious. Plus, they cost just £12.
M&S recommends you try the flavours with ice and tonic water.
Plus, each have an alcoholic percentage of 12% ABV. This makes them the ideal ingredient to add to a pornstar martini cocktail.
The store’s fans have been loving the supermarket’s gin offerings lately, with many taking to Twitter to rave about their favourites.
“Just finished the Rhubarb & Ginger gin from M&S. It’s epic,” gushed one person.
Another added: “Is there anything better than a cheeky trip to M&S Food for that Pomegranate gin?”
Can you still buy the Marks & Spencers Light-up Gin?
Currently, the M&S Light-up Gin is sold out. Many shopper say they ‘spent weeks’ trying to get a hold of it, as it quickly gets snapped off shelves.
The drink got so popular at Christmas time that retailers had to place restrictions on how many people could buy.
How much are Marks & Spencer Fruit Gin flavours?
If you fancy picking up an M&S gin, the prices vary around £12 and all the way up to £40.
What are the best Marks & Spencer Fruit Gins?
The best flavour comes down to preference. However, the glitter gin is super popular and even comes with 23-carat edible gold leaf sparkles for extra glam.
What’s the best way to drink gin?
Gin is traditionally served with tonic water and ice. However, you can also use it as a key ingredient in cocktails, alongside other alcohols. But if tonic water isn’t your thing, a lemonade mixer works just as well.
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