Asda launch mince pie and toasted marshmallow gins for Christmas

Asda has announced a new range of Extra Special festive gins and gin liqueurs.

The supermarket has launched the new Christmas tipples following the success of its Gingerbread Gin last year.

In the new collection customers can enjoy three new festive drinks, from clementine and cranberry flavours to a mince pie inspired gin.

Here's what's in Asda's new Extra Special gin range…

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Extra Special Winter Spiced Gin

Infused with with Cranberry and Clementine, thisfull-strength gin costs £18.

It is also lightly spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves for that Christmas taste.

Mince Pie Gin Liqueur

This drink caters to the nation’s love of the after-dinner treats.

It costs £10 and is the perfect Christmas gift.

Toasted Marshmallow Gin Liqueur

Providing a taste of freshly toasted marshmallows in every sip, this tipple also costs £10.

Asda say those with a fondness of something a bit sweeter will love this gin.

Asda gin product developer, Ed Sowerby, said: "Gin continues to be a favourite with our customers, especially around the festive season where gifts and something to impress guests with is top of customers’ agendas, so we’re proud of the innovation which has gone into creating our latest festive spirits.

"We wanted to make sure that there was a seasonal sip for every palate, and we’re sure that our customers will love our latest additions to the Extra Special gin collection."

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Due to the roaring success of the Extra Special Gingerbread Gin liqueur in 2018, the product will return to shelves this Christmas at £10, providing customers with a glittery gin that adds a little sparkle to any evening.

The entire range of Asda’s new festive gin selection will be available in stores and online from October 12, 2019.

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