FORGET traditional Christmas booze, B&M is bringing out a limited edition raspberry trifle gin in time for the festive season.
The botanical tipple tastes of raspberries with subtle hints of vanilla and custard to give a sweet twist to your gin and tonic.
This bottle of sweetness is made by Brambles and has an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 20 per cent.
It’s on sale in 504 B&M stores nationwide and will cost you £7.99, down from £9.99 for 50cl – and even sparkles when shaken, stirred or poured.
The raspberry trifle gin is not available to buy online, but you can head to your nearest B&M to snap one up.
If you’re not a trifle fan, don’t worry because the bargain discounter is offering three other flavours, such as battenberg cake, cherry bakewell tart and lemon drizzle cake.
We spotted online that The Drop Store is stocking the same product for £12, costing you an extra £4.
Flavoured gins enjoyed a record year in 2018, with a 751 per cent increase in sales across the UK.
Across the UK, B&M has 830 branches and you can find your nearest once using its store locator.
As always, remember to drink responsibly and be DrinkAware.
Gin drinkers won’t want to miss Asda’s new festive range including toasted marshmallow and mince pie flavoured gins.
If you’re more fussed about Halloween, Tesco is selling a gin made with “cursed” fruit for a spooky twist on your tipple.
And Home Bargains has a shimmery blood orange flavoured gin to add zest to your gin and tonic.